SCIPP Documents

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.

SCIPP Monitor: April 2015

In this issue:

  • Enhancing High-Hazard Weather Alerts to Travelers
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Subtropical Storm Ana Kicks-Off 2015 Hurricane Season

SCIPP Monitor: April 2016

In this issue:

  • 2016 Severe Weather Season: Below-Normal Tornadoes Across the Southern U.S.?
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Colorado State Forecasts Average 2016 Hurricane Season

AR Natural Hazard Resilience Discussion Presentation

This presentation discusses the topic of emergency managers and planners working together as well as how local climate data can be utilized in planning and hazard mitigation efforts in Arkansas. It was presented at a meeting SCIPP held in Bentonville, Arkansas on September 29, 2017.

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 - 3. Working with Emergency Management

This is a presentation about how Benton County Planning Director Kevin Gambrill has worked with emergency managers. Mr. Gambrill 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.

Arkansas Natural Hazard Resilience Discussion Agenda

Agenda from a meeting SCIPP held for planners and emergency managers in Bentonville, AR on September 29, 2017.

SCIPP Monitor: August 2013

In this issue:

  • Tornado Safety in Schools: Risk and Preparedness
  • Why Do We Have Hurricanes?
  • Drought Update

Climate Hazards Brochure Series - Tornadoes

Tornadoes are among the most destructive weather­-related hazards. While tornadoes are most common in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains during the late afternoon, they have occurred in all states, during all months, and during all times of day. Many of the states which have the highest numbers of tornadoes and deaths caused by tornadoes are located in the SCIPP region.