SCIPP Documents

SCIPP Monitor: August 2016

In this issue:

  • Enhancing Local Resiliency by Planning for Climate Change
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Can Water Run Uphill?

SCIPP Monitor: August 2017

In this issue:

  • Trouble in the Tropics? A Quick Overview as Hurricane Season Ramps Up
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • How Rare was the Houston Rainfall Event?

SCIPP Monitor: August 2018

In this issue:

  • Creating More Resilient Cities
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries

Blending Perspectives Report (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

This is a summary report of World Café sessions at a regional climate change workshop sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Geological Survey of which SCIPP was invited to help facilitate a series of four climate themed collaborative discussions.

Cattle and Livestock (Dec 08, 2011)

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

center-for-analysis-and-prediction-of-storms-caps-brochure

A brochure about the Center for Analysis and Predication of Storms (CAPS) at the University of Oklahoma.

Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) Presentation

An overview of the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) given by Dr. Keith Brewster at the Weather and Climate Impacts to Military Operations Workshop on September 10, 2018.

Changes In Ice Storm Frequency Across The United States

This document describes the frequency and changes of ice storms across the United States in addition to discussing the influences of natural oscillations on ice storms.

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.

CIMMS Brochure

An overview of the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies at the University of Oklahoma.