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Using Critical Thresholds to Customize Climate Projections in Support of Local Decisions

Global climate projections provide information that can motivate action on a national or regional scale but do not necessarily provide the amount of detail that is useful at a local level or information that is relevant to a community. Historically, climate projection analyses have been based on thresholds that were determined by scientists. However, as scientists have worked harder to connect their work with local and state level stakeholders, they…

SCIPP Webinars & Briefings

SCIPP Webinars

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
November 2017

SCIPP Monitor November 2017

Highlights of November 2017

  • Hydrologic Forecast Uncertainty - An Implementation at the National Weather Service Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center
  • Drought, Temperature, and Precipitation Summaries
  • How Far Can We See on the Horizon
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