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geo-engineering experts since 2002, Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention ,  Solar radiation management, geoengineers, Marine Cloud Brightening,  ocean acidification,  stratospheric sulfate aerosols,  Carbon dioxide removal, Greenhouse gas remediation and Carbon sequestration, climate change,  runaway global warming,  Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, UNFCCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Arctic geoengineering, Carbon negative fuel, Convention on Biological Diversity, Earth systems engineering and management, Rain Farming:

Rain farming is a synoptic concept (meta regional) primarily designed to deliver potable water over wide areas as an alternative to traditional irrigation methods.   The method consists of evaporating vast amounts of non-potable water, at different levels of the atmosphere using a variety of  environmental energy sources, including solar, wind and gravity.

There is a particular emphasis on delivering potable and near potable water with salt nuclei to the troposphere to aid cloud formation. 

To facilitate cloud formation the rain farms must deliver moisture, in sufficient quantities above the PBL (planetary boundary layer) which is typically a few hundred meters to 2 km (1.2 mi).  To facilitate delivery of sufficient moisture above the PBL, established  hyperboloid cooling tower technologies, which are currently built to heights exceeding 200 meters, can be employed. 

The concept is synoptic in that wind patterns are also beyond regional.Drought mitigation, too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry, regional pollution, weather management, weather mitigation, dangerous storms, flooding, climate change, deforestation, climate modification, geo-engineering, Dr. Gare Henderson

For a more detailed discussion of the Rain Farming concept please read;

Drought Causes and Solutions or
Rain Farming a new paradigm for weather control.