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9.14.2016

Texas and Oklahoma Extremes: Learning from Recent Four-Year Drought and Spring Flooding Events


A new report is available for the Texas and Oklahoma Extremes Workshop.

In October of 2015, representatives from state and federal agencies representing broad areas of water, public safety, infrastructure and other management participated in the workshop, Texas and Oklahoma Extremes: Learning from the Recent Four-Year Drought and Spring Flooding Events. This event was sponsored by NOAA’s National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), the Southern Climate Impacts Planning…

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