SCIPP Documents

SCIPP Monitor: February 2014

In this issue:

  • Understanding One's Severe Weather Risk
  • Temperature and Precipitation Summaries
  • Drought Update

SCIPP Monitor: February 2015

In this issue:

  • Integrated Warning Team - Gulf Coast: A Collaborative Effort To Improve Public Safety and Awareness
  • Are You Ready to Spring Forward?
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries

SCIPP Monitor: February 2016

In this issue:

  • A climatology of high-wind days for the southern United States from 1973-2014
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • 2015 Was Warmest Year on Record

SCIPP Monitor: February 2017

In this issue:

  • Unprecedented 2016 at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • An Ice Age Louisiana Shoreline

SCIPP Monitor: February 2018

In this issue:

  • Big Data Workflows for Data-Driven Tools and Predictive Analytics
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • NOAA's Spring Outlook

Field Photos Reference Sheet May 2018

A reference sheet for the Memorial Day 2018 Field Photos Weekend.

Flash Drought (Oct 27, 2011)

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

Flash Flooding (Dec 04, 2012)

This is part of the Extreme Events and Hazards Webinar Summaries.

Follow-Up Adaptation Planning Meeting - Breakout Session Summary Report

This provides a Summary of Adapting to Oklahoma’s Climate: Continuing the Conversation Breakout Sessions where participants were arranged according to the sector they work with. Participants were given examples of different ways climate information could be illustrated and were then asked a series of questions about the examples.

Geographic Assessment of Major Disaster Declarations Across the Lower 48 States

This report contains various details of major disaster declarations dating back to 1953 as archived by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. With this, SCIPP undertook a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) study to assess weather-related disaster declarations in an effort to understand where specific hazards have occurred most frequently and when.