NEWS STORIES - Updated 12/19/14

What's happening in the WMA today?

*NEW* (12/19): The Wyoming Weather Modification Pilot Program - Draft Executive Summary (link below)

*NEW* (12/9): Call for Paper for the Journal of Weather Modification 2015, Vol. 47 is now open. Submit yours today. The deadlie for submissions is December 31, 2014.

Submitting a Paper Online

Author's Guide for Submissions

*NEW* (12/9): View Meeting Minutes from Past WMA Annual and Semi-Annual Meetings! (password protected)

Weather Modification Assoication Meeting Minutes (coming soon!)

(5/21): The NEW and improved WMA Facts Booklet is now available for purchase online! Get yours TODAY!

Purchase WMA Facts Booklet

(5/13): The presentations from the 2014 Annual Meeting in Reno, Nevada are now online! Click the link below to view the presentations.

2014 Annual Meeting Presentations (password protected)

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The Weather Modification Association (WMA) was organized in 1950 to cultivate a better understanding of weather modification techniques, impacts, and expectations among program sponsors, program operators, and the scientific community, and to promote ethical professional conduct and a free exchange of information.

Weather modification can be both planned, as is the case in cloud seeding (cloud modification), or inadvertent, for example, when pollution affects visibility.

Planned (deliberate) weather modification is also commonly known cloud seeding, cloud modification, and atmospheric water management.

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