This dialogue between scientists and lawyers builds on the issues identified at the 1976 Conference on the Legal and Scientific Uncertainties of Weather Modification held at Duke University. It provides an in-depth consideration of the prospects for a usable weather modification technology in the near future and of the legal problems that will be r



part I|33 pages

Technological Prospects

chapter 2|11 pages

Operational Weather Modification Prospects

ByLarry G. Davis

chapter 3|5 pages

Operational Weather Modification: Prospects

ByWayne L. Decker

chapter 4|6 pages

Will Weather Modification Activities Increase? An Agricultural Perspective

ByTalcott W. Edminster

chapter 5|7 pages

The Future of Weather Modification

ByD. Ray Booker

part II|25 pages

Legal Options

chapter 7|5 pages

Uniform Regulation of Weather Modification

ByConrad G. Keyes

chapter 8|7 pages

Judicial Regulation of Weather Modification

ByJerome W. Kirby

chapter 9|5 pages

The Law for Weather Modification

ByCarlos F. Lucero

part III|31 pages

Societal and Scientific Criteria for Development

chapter 10|9 pages

Weather Modification in a Socioeconomic Context: Its Proper Setting

ByStanley A. Changnon

chapter 11|4 pages

The Societal Setting of Weather Modification Law and Technology

ByHarris D. Sherman

chapter 12|9 pages

Weather Modification: A Technology in Its Infancy

ByG. Brant Foote

chapter 13|5 pages

Weather Modification: A User-Payer’s View

ByJim Eastgate

part IV|24 pages

Interaction of Scientists and Lawyers

chapter 14|4 pages

Interaction of Scientists and Lawyers About Weather Modification

ByArchie M. Kahan

chapter 15|6 pages

Legal and Technical Experts: The Weather Modification Context

ByJoseph D. Howe

chapter 17|2 pages

Observations on This Symposium

ByWilliam A. Thomas

chapter 19|2 pages

Concluding Remarks on Behalf of the American Bar Association

ByW. Brown Morton