30 June 2010 | Author: Bernard A. Silverman* | ELSEVIER Atmospheric Research|
"The results of these evaluations and, in particular, those for the San Joaquin, Upper American and Carson–Walker operational cloud seeding programs illustrate the complexities involved in the transport and dispersion of silver iodide plumes from ground-based generators in mountainous terrain. The results suggest that aircraft seeding, either by itself or as a supplement to ground seeding, was able to affect targets that could not be affected by ground seeding alone."
-- "The major hazards encountered in the use and handling of silver iodide stem from its toxicologic properties. Toxic by all routes (ie, inhalation, ingestion, and dermal contact), exposure to this odorless, light yellow, crystalline substance may occur from its use in seeding clouds for rain-making,..." -- "Silver iodide may form explosive compounds..." Link to Source
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