The Advisory Committee on Weather Control was established by the Act of August 13, 1953 (67 Stat, 559), to make a study of all public and private experiments in weather control and report its findings to the President for submission to the Congress from time to time, making a final report no later than June 30, 1956. The Committee set up a "Proposed Work Program Commencing July 1, 1954", dated Kay 28, 1954, which outlined seven projects. The portion of the program outlining Project Two is reproduced below in the section "Scope of Study and Report". Dean A, M, Eberle, a member of the Committee, arranged a meeting of the consulting group at Brookings, South Dakota, from August 16 through August 21, 1954. This preliminary report includes material pre pared at the session at Brookings, plus additional documentation and studies subsequently prepared by the several consultants.
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South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, "Economic Implications of Weather Modification" (1954). Agricultural Experiment Station Agricultural Economics Pamphlets. 100.