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6.29.2021

New Publication on Flood Hazard Mitigation in Tulsa, Oklahoma


The northeastern Oklahoma city of Tulsa was one of the most flood-prone cities in the nation in the 1970’s. Now, Tulsa is known for its success in mitigating flood hazards. SCIPP researchers have published a study in Natural Hazards Review that examines Tulsa’s progression toward effective flood hazard mitigation. Jazz on Tulsa Time: The Remarkable Story of the Network of Flood Mitigation Champions behind the Tulsa Turnaround addresses…

Southern Climate Monitor
Summer 2021

SCIPP Monitor Summer 2021

Highlights of 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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