Increasing resiliency and preparedness for weather and climate extremes now and in the future across the South-Central United States

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3.13.2019

SCIPP Awarded Three More Years of Funding


SCIPP Awarded Three More Years of Funding

The University of Oklahoma-led Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program, a multi—institutional stakeholder driven research team, is the recipient of a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grant totaling $2.3 million over three years. SCIPP was established in 2008 to help south central U.S. communities build resilience to weather and climate extremes. The OU-led SCIPP is one of 11 NOAA Regional Integrated…

Southern Climate Monitor
March 2019

SCIPP Monitor March 2019

Highlights of March 2019

  • A Look at Possible Changes in Tornado Locations
  • Collaborating with Emergency Managers and Community Planners to Improve Awareness and Use of Climate Information
  • About SCIPP Team: Mark Shafer
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University of Oklahoma Campus

Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
University of Oklahoma
120 David L. Boren Blvd., Suite 2900
Norman, OK 73072-7305

Louisiana State University Campus

Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
Louisiana State University
Howe-Russell Building
Baton Rouge, LA 70803