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  1. sovereigntea says:

    As part of Public Law 92-205 (1972), all non-Federal weather modification activities must be reported to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, via the NOAA Weather Program Office. Below is a list of these reports and is updated on a quarterly basis.

    As required by that law, NOAA submitted a Report to Congress in 1979, available via the NOAA Library.

    https://library.noaa.gov/collections/digital-collections/weather-modification-project-reports

    All non-Federal weather modification activities must be reported to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, via the NOAA Weather Program Office. All reports submitted to NOAA are compiled and then posted on the NOAA Library Website

    Activities subject to reporting.

    (a)The following, when conducted as weather modification activities, shall be subject to reporting:

    Seeding or dispersing of any substance into clouds or fog, to alter drop size distribution, produce ice crystals or coagulation of droplets, alter the development of hail or lightning, or influence in any way the natural development cycle of clouds or their environment;
    Using fires or heat sources to influence convective circulation or to evaporate fog;
    Modifying the solar radiation exchange of the earth or clouds, through the release of gases, dusts, liquids, or aerosols into the atmosphere;
    Modifying the characteristics of land or water surfaces by dusting or treating with powders, liquid sprays, dyes, or other materials;
    Releasing electrically charged or radioactive particles, or ions, into the atmosphere;
    Applying shock waves, sonic energy sources, or other explosive or acoustic sources to the atmosphere;
    Using aircraft propeller downwash, jet wash, or other sources of artificial wind generation; or
    Using lasers or other sources of electromagnetic radiation.

    (b)In addition to the activities listed above, other similar activities falling within the definition of weather modification as set forth in § 908.1 are also subject to reporting.
    In addition to the activities listed above, other similar activities falling within the definition of weather modification as set forth in § 908.1 are also subject to reporting.