SCIPP Documents

A Summary of Survey Responses to the Drought Webinar Series

To address the different needs in the drought-stricken South Central United States, a four-pronged approach was used: regional workshops, state drought planning, a series of webinars, and supporting local impact reporting. This report highlights the webinar series and outcomes from the survey that was administered during December 2011.

An Assessment of the Climate-Related Needs of Oklahoma Decision Makers

This report is comprised of information from interviews in 2010 and 2011 with twenty-three decision-makers in local, tribal, state, federal, non-profit, and for-profit agencies across Oklahoma.

AR Planner & EM Webinar - 1. Introduction: Why Are We Doing This?

This presentation introduces that topic of planners and emergency managers working together. It was presented on a webinar on March 30, 2017.

AR Planner & EM Webinar - 2. Climate Data Resources: SCIPP Tools

This presentation provides an overview of a couple of SCIPP data tools. It was presented on a webinar on March 30, 2017.

AR Planner & EM Webinar - 4. Planning for and Managing the Risk of Wildland Fires

This is a presentation about how Franklin County Emergency Management Coordinator Fred Mullen plans for and manages the risk of wildland fire. Mr. Mullen presented on a webinar that SCIPP held on March 30, 2017.

AR Planner & EM Webinar Agenda

Agenda from a webinar that SCIPP held for planners and emergency managers in Arkansas on March 30, 2017.

Cattle and Livestock (Dec 08, 2011)

This is part of the Managing Drought in the Southern Plains Webinar Series.

Changing Fire Regimes and Management Strategies

New SCIPP Report by Darrian Bertrand. This project documents the seasonal and inter-annual variability of suitable burn conditions across the South Central Plains region of Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Prescribed Burn Associations from the included states were contacted for minimum and maximum thresholds of temperature, wind speed, and relative humidity in order to obtain the appropriate values for data analysis. Hourly data for the time period of 1996-2015 were analyzed in order to produce a climatological analysis of burn conditions, and a glimpse into future conditions indicates a potential change in the frequency of these suitable burn conditions by the end of the century.

Climate Hazard Brochure Series - Drought

Drought is one of the most common and costly hazards to impact the United States. In contrast to most hazards, drought can impact any state, or a majority of states, at any given time of the year. Moreover, drought is not a stranger to people in the SCIPP Region.

Climate of Miami, OK

This document provides a concise summary of the climate and extreme weather events that affect the city of Miami, Oklahoma. It was developed as part of the work conducted for a 2014-2017 NOAA SARP grant. (4.2 MB)