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Fall 2022 Newsletter

Author(s): Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
  • SCIPP has Launched a New Website
  • Alternative BCA Method Requirement for FEMA Grants
  • Climate Justice Webinar Series Summary
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Summer Newsletter 2022

  • 2021-2022 Annual Report
  • New Texas Simple Planning Tool
  • Climate Justice Series
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Spring 2022 Edition

  • SCIPP Has a New Website Coming This Summer
  • Concentrated and Intensifying Humid Heat Extremes in the IPCC AR6 Region
  • SCIPP Hosted the First In-Person Advisory Committee Meeting in Three Years
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Winter 2022 Edition

  • New Report Examines the Effects of Climate Change Across the Gulf Coast Region
  • SCIPP Researchers Provide Expertise on Recent Weather Events Across Louisiana, Discuss Current SCIPP Projects
  • RISA Sustained Assessment Specialist Network Reference Sheet
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Summer 2021

  • A Social Network Analysis of Climate-Related Information Exchange in the SCIPP Areas of Operation
  • Jazz on Tulsa Time: The Remarkable Story of the Network of Flood Mitigation Champions behind the Tulsa Turnaround
  • New Resource: Texas Temperature Trends Dashboard
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Spring 2021

  • Trend Analysis of Multiple Extreme Hourly Precipitation Times Series in the Southeastern United States
  • Planning Process and Financial Assistance Resource Compilation
  • 2021 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting Overview
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December 2019

  • Rating Fire Danger from the Ground Up
  • NOAA’s Winter Outlooks
  • About SCIPP Team: Margret Boone
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September 2019

  • Synthesis of Hurricane Barry Report
  • Weather and Climate Impacts on Military Operations
  • About SCIPP Team: Rachel Riley
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June 2019

  • The Biggest Rain Events Ever
  • NOAA’s Hurricane Season Outlook
  • 20 Years Later: The May 3-4, 1999 Southern Plains Tornado Outbreak
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March 2019

  • A Look at Possible Changes in Tornado Locations
  • Collaborating with Emergency Managers and Community Planners to Improve Awareness and Use of Climate Information
  • About SCIPP Team: Mark Shafer
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December 2018

  • Partnership Between OWL and SCIPP
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Fourth National Climate Assessment
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November 2018

  • Constructing Green Cities in the Central United States
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • June OK Drought Plan Advisory Meeting: Summary Report
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October 2018

  • An 18 Year Summary of Drought Characteristics in the Southern United States
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • NOAA’s Winter Outlook
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October 2018

  • An 18 Year Summary of Drought Characteristics in the Southern United States
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • NOAA’s Winter Outlook
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September 2018

  • Planning is telling a story…
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • New Research: Spatial Trends in United States tornado frequency
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August 2018

  • Creating More Resilient Cities
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
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July 2018

  • The Influence of Individualism on Severe Weather and Tornado Preparedness Choices
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
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June 2018

  • The First Half of 2018: Severe Weather by The Numbers
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Social Policies May Increase Heat Vulnerability
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May 2018

  • Understanding and Using Climate Tools
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • NOAA’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
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April 2018

  • Simple Planning Tool for Oklahoma Climate Hazards
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • New Research: Primary Atmospheric Drivers of Pluvial Year in the United States Great Plains
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