SCIPP Documents

SCIPP Monitor: August 2012

In this issue:

  • Changes in Temperature and Precipitation in the South
  • Temperature and Precipitation Summaries
  • Drought Update

SCIPP Monitor: August 2013

In this issue:

  • Tornado Safety in Schools: Risk and Preparedness
  • Why Do We Have Hurricanes?
  • Drought Update

SCIPP Monitor: August 2014

In this issue:

  • The OCO-2 Mission
  • A Chalmation Hurricane Visionary
  • Precipitation, Temperature, and Drought 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.

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.

Climate Change in the SCIPP Region - Arkansas

Since 2000, major disasters have been declared 23 times in Arkansas due to flooding, severe weather, and even hurricanes. As global temperatures continue to rise, Arkansas is expected to experience an increase in public health dangers, more frequent and intense flooding, and additional stress to the state’s water resources.

Climate Change in the SCIPP Region - Louisiana

Louisiana experienced record-breaking heat, increased drought and flooding, and rapid sea level rise in recent years. As global temperatures continue to rise, Louisiana is expected to experience more heat waves, droughts and floods, continued sea level rise and intensified hurricanes.

Climate Change in the SCIPP Region - Mississippi

Mississippi experienced record-breaking heat, increased drought and flooding, and rapid sea level rise in recent years. As global temperatures continue to rise, Mississippi is expected to experience more heat waves, droughts and floods, continued sea level rise and intensified hurricanes.

Climate Change in the SCIPP Region - Oklahoma

Oklahoma has recently experienced record-breaking heat, increased drought, and a slight increase in extreme weather events. As global temperatures continue to rise, Oklahoma is expected to experience more heat waves, drought, and flooding.