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7.13.2017

New Report: Changing Fire Regimes and Management Strategies


In conjunction with SCIPP PI Dr. Mark Shafer, graduate student Darrian Bertrand wrote a report on Changing Fire Regimes and Management Strategies. Her research was funded by the South Central Climate Science Center (SC-CSC) and supported by SCIPP.

Fire is a natural and necessary component of the South Central Plains ecosystem. However, fire suppression and more frequent droughts in the region have resulted in a build-up of dry…

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SCIPP hosts webinars and posts briefings on drought and other hazards and their impacts. To join in and be notified about the upcoming ones, please register below and we will send login details.

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Southern Climate Monitor
June 2017

SCIPP Monitor June 2017

Highlights of June 2017

  • The TexMesonet
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • Lake Pontchartrain is no Lake
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