SCIPP Documents

OK Hazards Workshop 2: Using Data in Planning

This second presentation for the November 2 workshop gives examples of how climate data can be used in hazard planning.

OK Planner & EM Workshop - 1. Introduction: Why Are We Doing This?

This presentation introduces the topic of planners and emergency managers working together. It was presented during a workshop that SCIPP held on March 23, 2017.

OK Planner & EM Workshop - 2. Example of EM & Planner Collaboration: Oklahoma City

This is a presentation from City of Oklahoma City emergency manager Frank Barnes and planners Ken Bryan and Steve Rhodes on how they work together. The presentation was given at a workshop that SCIPP held in Oklahoma on March 23, 2017.

OK Planner & EM Workshop - 3. Oklahoma Hazard Climatologies and Expectations for the Future

Presentation by Oklahoma Assistant State Climatologist Monica Mattox. Presentation given at workshop that SCIPP held on March 23, 2017. Note: Large File (25MB)

OK Planner & EM Workshop - 4. SCIPP Data Tools

Some of the data tools available on the SCIPP website. Presentation given at a workshop held in Oklahoma on March 23, 2017. Note: Large File (27MB)

OK Planner & EM Workshop - 5. Planning for Disaster Resilient Communities

Presentation from Barry Hokanson on planning for disaster resilient communities. Presentation given at workshop held in Oklahoma on March 23, 2017.

OK Planner & EM Workshop Agenda

Agenda from a workshop held in Oklahoma with planners and emergency managers on March 23, 2017.

Oklahoma Drought Analysis, Climate Division 1

Historical drought information for Oklahoma climate division 1, which covers the northwest corner of the Cheyenne-Arapaho tribal jurisdiction and Beaver, Cimarron, Ellis, Harper, and Texas counties.

Oklahoma Drought Analysis, Climate Division 2

Historical drought information for Oklahoma climate division 2, which covers the Kaw, Kaw/Ponca, western Otoe-Missouria, Ponca, and Tonkawa tribal jurisdictions and Alfalfa, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Major, Noble, Woods, and Woodward counties.

Oklahoma Drought Analysis, Climate Division 3

Historical drought information for Oklahoma climate division 3, which covers northern Cherokee, northern Creek, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Miami/Peoria, Modoc, Osage, eastern Otoe-Missouria, Ottawa, Pawnee, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, and Wyandotte tribal jurisdictions and Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Tulsa, and Washington counties.