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1.5. gr. Senate. COMMITTEE ON
INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS.

UNITED STATES SENATE

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A BILL TO AUTHORIZE AND DIRECT THE SECRETARY OF
THE INTERIOR TO CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM
OF SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH, EXPERI-
MENTS, TESTS, AND OPERATIONS FOR INCREASING THE

YIELD OF WATER FROM ATMOSPHERIC SOURCES

MARCH 21-23, 1966

FIELD HEARINGS
RAPID CITY, S. DAK.—APRIL 11, 1966
ALBUQUERQUE, N. MEX.—APRIL 14, 1966

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Printed for the use of the
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

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WASHINGTON : 1966

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COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington, Chairman CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico THOMAS H. KUCHEL, California ALAN BIBLE, Nevada

GORDON ALLOTT, Colorado FRANK CHURCH, Idaho

LEN B. JORDAN, Idaho ERNEST GRUENING, Alaska

MILWARD L. SIMPSON, Wyoming FRANK E. MOSS, Utah

PAUL J. FANNIN, Arizona
QUENTIN N. BURDICK, North Dakota
CARL HAYDEN, Arizona
GEORGE MCGOVERN, South Dakota
GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin
HERBERT S. WALTERS, Tennessee

JERRY T. VERKLER, Staf Director

STEWART FRENCH, Chief Counsel
Roy M. WHITACRE, Professional Staf Member

E. LEWIS REID, Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON WATER AND POWER RESOURCES

CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico, Chairman HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington

THOMAS H. KUCHEL, California FRANK CHURCH, Idaho

GORDON ALLOTT, Colorado
FRANK E. MOSS, Utah

LEN B. JORDAN, Idaho,
QUENTIN N. BURDICK, North Dakota
CARL HAYDEN, Arizona

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Departmental reports:

Agriculture

Air Force..

Atomic Energy Commission.

Budget

General Accounting Office.

Interior.-

Atmospheric water program.--

STATEMENTS

Bates, Dr. Thomas F., science adviser, Department of the Interior.---

Battan, Louis J., professor of meteorology and associate director, Institute

of Atmospheric Physics, University of Arizona; president, American

Meteorological Society -

Bellamy, Dr. John, director, National Resources Institute, University of

Wyoming-

Bertholf, Dr. William E., New Mexico Weather Control and Cloud Modi-

fication Commission, accompanied by Prof. Charles E. Jacob, professor
of hydrology, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology -

Bible, Hon. Alan, a U.S. Senator from the State of Nevada -

Bigelow, Julian H., permanent member, School of Mathematics, Institute

for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J.

Bober, Louis, chairman, advisory committee, Newell Field Station -

Bollay, Eugene, president, Bollay Associates, Denver, Colo..

Braham, Roscoe R., Jr., professor of meteorology, University of Chicago,

and director, University of Chicago Cloud Physics Laboratory.

Brewer, Wilbur, Bowman County, N. Dak.

Brown, Willis, publisher, Rapid City Journal..

Bruce, Marion, chairman, South Dakota Weather Control Commission---

Butchbaker, Dr. A. F., associate professor, agricultural engineering, North

Dakota State University -

Calhoun, Dr. John C., Texas A. & M. College, College Station, Tex----

Chamberlain, A. B., vice president, Colorado State University, accom-

panied by Tom Jones, division director, environmental sciences, Na-

tional Science Foundation; and Dr. Earl Dressler, atmospheric program,

National Science Foundation..

Dominy, Hon. Floyd E., Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation, Depart-

ment of the Interior..

Duncan, Dr. Richard H., vice president, research, New Mexico State

University, accompanied by Dr. Ralph Stucky and Dr. Neranda

Gunaji.

Edwards, Max, legislative counsel, Department of the Interior, accom-

panied by Dr. Archie B. Goodman.-

Elliott, Robert D., president, North American Weather Consultants,

Santa Barbara, Calif..

Finch, Eugene, legislative director, New Mexico Farm and Livestock

Bureau..

Fisher, Bill, Bowman, N. Dak.

Fuquay, Donald M., director, Forest Fire Laboratory, Missoula, Mont---

Grant, Lewis, Department of Meteorology, Colorado State University

Hollomon, Dr. J. Herbert, Assistant Secretary for Science and Technology,

Department of Commerce.

Hosler, Dr. Charles L., dean, College of Mineral Industries, Pennsylvania

State University.-

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