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7.5.2019

New Report: Floodplains Misconceptions | 7.05.2019


SCIPP has released a new report titled The Social and Scientific Misconception of Floodplains: An Integrated Look into the Re-evaluation of the “100-year” and “500-year” Flood Determinants. The report can be found here.

The work, conducted by McKenzie Roberts, was developed for her capstone project in the University of Oklahoma’s Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability. McKenzie examined risk perception via survey data, historical climate data, and…

Southern Climate Monitor
June 2019

SCIPP Monitor June 2019

Highlights of 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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