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ARB Utilizes Public Meeting Notice System
The ND Atmospheric Resource Board has begun utilizing the Secretary of State's web application for North Dakota Public Meeting Notices (https://intranetapps.nd.gov/sos/ndpmn/mainmenu.htm).
With this system, you are able to subscribe to our meeting notices. You choose between email notifications or RSS feeds for the governing body. Simply visit the link above, find "Atmospheric Resource Board, ND" under the Public Entity dialog and click the link. We will also keep a link to this site on our Board Member page (click on "Board and Authorities" on the left navigation panel, then click the "Board Members" link).
If you have questions, feel free to call Kelli Schroeder at 701-328-2789.
The Atmospheric Reservoir
Read the latest article examining the atmosphere and atmospheric resource management in the North Dakota Water magazine. Articles are published 10 times a year, monthly except February and August.
Cloud Seeding Has Big Economic Impact in Western ND
A recent study by Dean Bangsund and Dr. Larry Leistritz at North Dakota State University shows the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project is providing a major impact to the western ND agricultural economy. Click here to read a summary of the report findings.
ARB Recruiting Observers to Report Precipitation
We are recruiting volunteers to observe and report precipitation across North Dakota. Volunteers have the option of participating in the ARB Cooperative Observer Network (ARBCON), either year-round, or only during the months of April-September. If you or someone you know have any interest in volunteering, contact Dan Brothers at (701) 328-2788, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snow Reporting Comes To ARBCON
The Atmospheric Resource Board Cooperative Observer Network (ARBCON) began reporting snow data for the first time in it's 34 year history on October 1, 2010. More than 400 of ARBCON's 750 volunteer observers signed up to report year-round. The additional snow data will help fill gaps in existing snow data networks, assisting forecasters in predicting spring runoff and flooding risk. Learn more about ARBCON snow reporting here .
Provides information on the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project (NDCMP), an operational program that seeds clouds for hail damage reduction and rain enhancement in Bowman, McKenzie, Mountrail, part of Slope, Ward and Williams counties.
View or download daily rainfall, snow, and hail records from hundreds of locations statewide during the months of April through September since 1977.
The latest news and information from the ND Atmospheric Resource Board.
Read summaries of cloud seeding and atmospheric research projects conducted in North Dakota by the ARB and its research partners.
Members of the Atmospheric Resource Board and County Weather Modification Authorities.
Download license and permit forms for cloud seeding operations or research activities.
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