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KPASA - Program for assessment of rainfall augmentation
November 2006 - November 2007
Siyadh, Saudi Arabia
CRYSTAL-FACE - Cirrus Regional Study of Tropical Anvils and Cirrus Layers Florida Area Cirrus Experiment
May 2002 (Integration) - July 2002 (Experiment)
Houston, Texas and Key West, Florida
UAE Field Project - UAE Rainfall and Air Chemistry Project
September 2000 - ongoing
Abu Dhabi, and various locations in The United Arab Emirates
Feasibility study for the potential for rainfall enhancement via cloud seeding
WYOMING WEATHER MODIFICATION PILOT PROGRAM
December 2005 - March 2011
Wyoming - area surrounding Medicine Bow, Sierra Madre, Wind River mountain ranges Cheyenne, WY
Provide evaluation of wintertime precipitation activities conducted during pilot program