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Weather control

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Atlas, David, 1987-09-30

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Identifier: Item 4
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with David Atlas, 1987. Interviewed by Robert Serafin. 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hrs., tape 2 side B blank) : analog, mono + transcript (29 pgs.). AMS 17-18; two versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Dr. David Atlas recounts his early aspirations to science; the graduate education he received at the City College of New York, the New York University Air Force Meteorology Program, Harvard and MIT; and his...

National Hail Research Experiment (NHRE) Records

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Identifier:  - 04-NHRE
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the records of the National Hail Research Experiment, an experiment aimed at making a contribution to the question of the operational and economic feasibility of hail suppression. Records include budget information, correspondence, newsletters, planning documents, research proposals, reports, and weather modification licensing materials. Selected materials from this collection have been digitized are available in the NCAR Library's digital repository, OpenSky.

Schaefer, Vincent J., 1993-05-08

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Identifier: Item 82
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Vincent Schaefer, 1993. Interviewed by Earl Droessler. 3 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hrs., tape 3 side B blank) : analog, mono + transcript (44 pgs.). AMS 92-94; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics include: beginnings in meteorology; research at General Electric Research Laboratory with Irving Langmuir; wartime work on smoke generators for military, and demonstration for Vladimir...

Simpson, Joanne, 1989-09-06

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Identifier: Item 86
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Joanne Simpson, 1989. Interviewed by Margaret LeMone. 2 sound cassettes (ca. 2 hrs.) : analog, mono + transcript (27 pgs.). AMS 35-36; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Joanne Simpson describes her family, the influence of early schooling and education at the University of Chicago, including graduate work in meteorology during World War II. She discusses Herbert Riehl's tropical...

Simpson, Robert, 1989-09-06

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Identifier: Item 88
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Robert Simpson, 1989. Interviewed by Edward Zipser. 3 sound cassettes (ca. 3 hrs., tape 1 side 1 severely degraded) analog, mono + Transcript (45 pgs.). AMS 32-34; two versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics include: early life and education; early work with the meteorological society; work during World War II and Dr. Reichelderfer; Air Force School of Tropical Meteorology in Panama; hurricane...

Spar, Jerome, 1990-09-22

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Identifier: Item 92
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Jerome Spar, 1990. Interviewed by Julius London. 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hr.) : analog, mono + transcript (14 pgs.). Transcript ends on side A of tape 1. AMS 57; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics include: interest in meteorology; work in the Air Force during World War II; teaching at NYU; work with weather modification (projects SCUD and Stormfury); thesis work and published...

Vonnegut, Bernard, 1993-05-09

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Identifier: Item 100
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Bernard Vonnegut, 1993. Interviewed by Earl Droessler. 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hrs.) : analog, mono + transcript (16 pgs.). AMS 95; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Vonnegut begins by recounting his education and how he became interested in meteorology through talking with Jim Dodson about airplane deicing. Vonnegut then talks about his work with the General Electric Research Laboratory...

White, Fred, 1994-01-26

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Identifier: Item 104
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Fred White, 1994. Interviewed by Earl Droessler. 1 sound cassette (ca. 1 hrs., tape incomplete) : analog, mono + transcript (19 pgs.). AMS 110; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics include: early history of the National Science Foundation and UCAR/NCAR; selection of Walter O. Roberts as director of NCAR; founding of ICAS; selection of I.M. Pei as architect for the Mesa Lab; and...