Content From ARB
The Atmospheric Reservoir
Current Issue of The Atmospheric Reservoir
The Atmospheric Resource Board contributes a one-page article to a magazine titled North Dakota Water, published by the North Dakota Water Education Foundation. The ARB's page is called The Atmospheric Reservoir and is designed to examine the atmosphere and atmospheric resource management. The magazine is published monthly, excluding February and August. Past articles are found here in downloadable PDF format.
NDCMP Operation Summaries
Weekly summaries of cloud seeding operations during the NDCMP, typically June through August of each year.
Content From Others
Meet The Midwestern Pilots Who Risk Their Lives To Change The Weather
- By Justin Nobel. The story focuses on weather modification activities in western North Dakota. Mr. Nobel visited North Dakota in June 2015. His visit included a trip to Bowman and Fargo, ND.
Cloud seeding helps area farmers
- By Nick Smith, Williston Herald. Discusses the economic benefits of the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project.
Weather Modders Aim to End Droughts With Efficiency by Sky, By Elizabeth Svoboda
- In April 2008, Popular Mechanics published a story by Elizabeth Svoboda entitled 'Weather Modders Aim to End Droughts With Efficiency by Sky'. Ms. Svoboda visited North Dakota in August 2007 to learn about the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project. Her account details a flight through cloud types that are typically seeded and interviews with Darin Langerud, Director of the North Dakota Atmospheric Resource Board and Hans Ahlness and Bruce Boe with Weather Modification, Inc.
"Growing rain clouds" by Matt Bewley, Agweek
(74 kb) - Matt Bewley, Agweek staff writer, interviewed Darin Langerud, Director of the ND Atmospheric Resource Board, regarding the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project. The article discusses early cloud seeding in North Dakota, current cloud seeding methodology, and the resulting reduction in crop hail losses in the target areas. The article also mentions programs in other western states.