This Conference is being organized by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and will consider weather modification research and the study of cloud and precipitation processes, and weather modification and the physical and socio-economic environment. Weather modification research topics will focus on: observational and laboratory studies; modelling studies; developments in seeding material and methods of delivery; and data analysis and statistical methods as applied to current and previous experiments and projects. Weather modification and the physical and socio-economic environment will address: environmental issues, user requirements and cost-benefit studies; inadvertent weather modification; and climate change and geo-engineering. The presentations may report on both scientific results as well as on operational experience in weather modification supported with scientific studies/analyses.
date: 10 August 2011 location: Bali, Indonesia contact: Slobodan Nickovic e-mail: SNickovic@wmo.int www: http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/arep/wwrp/new/10thWeatherModBali2011.html