SCIPP Documents

Oklahoma Drought Analysis, Climate Division 8

Historical drought information for Oklahoma climate division 8, which covers most of Chickasaw, western Choctaw, and far-eastern Kiowa-Comanche-Apache-Fort Sill Apache tribal jurisdictions and Atoka, Bryan, Carter, Coal, Garvin, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, Pontotoc, and Stephens counties.

Oklahoma Drought Analysis, Climate Division 9

Historical drought information for Oklahoma climate division 9, which covers the eastern half of the Choctaw tribal jurisdiction and Choctaw, Latimer, LeFlore, McCurtain, and Pushmataha counties.

Oklahoma Inter-Tribal Climate Change Meeting - Summary Report

The Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU), in collaboration with the Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) and SCIPP, hosted a meeting on climate variability and change with Oklahoma tribal representatives. The purpose of this meeting was to enhance and foster dialogue between tribal representatives and climate scientists, educate tribal representatives about climate science, and develop recommendations for material to be included in the 2013 NCA document.

Planning to Protect: How to be more ready in a changing climate

This presentation provides an excellent overview on climate change and it's effects on Louisiana in addition to adaptation techniques and examples.

Preliminary Results of Oklahoma Needs Assessment

This presentation highlights preliminary results associated with the Oklahoma Climate Needs Assessment that SCIPP conducted. This information was presented at a climate adaptation meeting that SCIPP held in Norman, Oklahoma on May 10, 2011. Author: Rachel Riley

Public Health (Sep 13, 2012)

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

Rio Grande-Bravo Climate Outlook: A Summary of Survey Responses

SCIPP has been working with CLIMAS, NOAA and other partners on a prototype quarterly climate outlook for the Rio Grande-Rio Bravo region of the southern U.S. and northern Mexico. The survey provided input into design features preferred by those using, or likely to use, the new outlook.

SCIPP Research Associate Position

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), a NOAA RISA Team, is seeking a new Climate Assessment Specialist / Research Associate who will work closely with selected communities to analyze and assess their vulnerabilities (both physical and social) to extreme events and climate change and to collaborate with colleagues at the National Climate Assessment, other RISA Teams, and NOAA partners. This is a hands-on position with an opportunity to work directly with a variety of stakeholders on hazards planning and climate adaptation.

SCIPP Update & Lessons Learned

This presentation addresses SCIPP goals and partnerships in addition to specific examples of how SCIPP has collaborated with local communities.

Seasonal Forecasting (Jan 12, 2012)

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