South Central

Projects by Fiscal Year
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2014-2016Community Resilience to Drought Hazard: An Analysis of Drought Exposure, Impacts, and Adaptation in the South-Central United StatesNina Lam (Louisiana State University)
2014-2016Developing Effective Tools for Communicating Drought InformationMark Shafer (Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program)
2014-2016Future Precipitation Effects on Fire Frequency and Species Distribution in the South Central U.S.Esther Stroh (USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center (CERC))
2014-2016Incorporating Social Drivers to Optimize Conservation Practices that Address Gulf Hypoxia and Declining Wildlife Populations Impacted by Extreme Climate Events (Funded Jointly by the Northeast CSC and South Central CSC)Jack Waide (Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center)
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2014-2016Linking Precipitation Variability, Soil and Air Temperatures, and Daily Temperature Variability to Understand Drought Dynamics and Fire Weather Forecast PredictabilityJohn Zak (Texas Tech University)
2014-2015Tribal Climate Change and Extreme Event Response Studies to Identify Vulnerability AssessmentsDawn Jourdan (Division of Regional & City Planning, College of Architecture, University of Oklahoma)
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2013-2014Assessment of Water Availability and Associated Drivers for Historic and Future Conditions in the South Central Climate Science Center RegionLauren Hay (USGS National Research Program Branch of Regional Research, Central Region)
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2013-2015Ecosystem Stress Response Function of Climate Change for the Arkansas-Red River BasinWilliam J Andrews (USGS Oklahoma Water Science Center)
Christopher Harich (USGS)
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2013-2015Establishing a Foundation for Evaluating the Ecological Implications of Climate Change along a Gradient in Macroclimatic Drivers of Coastal Wetland EcosystemsMichael Osland (USGS, National Wetlands Research Center)
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2013-2014Expanding a Standardized Framework for the Evaluation and Intercomparison of Statistically Downscaled Climate ProjectionsJohn Lanzante (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab)
2013-2015Impacts of Climate Change on Flows in the Red River BasinWayne Kellogg (Chickasaw Nation)
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2013-2015Modeling the Effects of Environmental Change on Crucial Wildlife HabitatColleen Caldwell (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
Kenneth Boykin (New Mexico State University)
Keith Dixon (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory)
2013-2015Predicting Sky Island Forest Vulnerability to Climate Change: Fine Scale Climate Variability, Drought Tolerance, and Fire ResponseDylan Schwilk (Texas Tech University)
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2013-2014Regional Graduate Student, Post-Doc, and Early Career Researcher WorkshopRenee McPherson (University of Oklahoma)
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2013-2014Very High-Resolution Dynamic Downscaling of Regional ClimateMing Xue (University of Oklahoma)
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2012-2014Delineation of Fresh, Intermediate, Brackish and Saline Marsh Types of the North Central Gulf of Mexico CoastStephen B Hartley (U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), National Wetlands Research Center)
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2012-2013Evaluating the Assumption of Stationarity in Statistical Downscaling ApplicationsKatharine Hayhoe (Texas Tech University)
Keith Dixon (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory)
John Lanzante (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory)
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2012-2014Expert Workshop to Build CSC Expertise in Understanding the Social and Communication Dimensions of Climate ChangeDennis Patterson (Texas Tech University (TTU))
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2012-2014Inter-Tribal Workshops on Climate Variability and ChangeDr. Laurel Smith (University of Oklahoma (OU))
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2011-2013Karst and Climate Change: Understanding Linkages Between Climate, Water Resources, and EcosystemsBarbara Mahler (Texas Water Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey)
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2012-2015Occurrence and Variation in Submersed Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) Along the Northern Gulf of Mexico: A Hierarchical Approach to Assess Impacts of Environmental Change on SAV ResourcesMegan La Peyre (U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Louisiana Fish and Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit)
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2012-2013Synthesizing Ecohydrology Models as a Management Tool for Landscape Conservation under Climate ChangeShannon K Brewer (Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Oklahoma State University (OSU))
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2012-2014Terrestrial Connectivity Across the South Central United States: Implications for the Sustainability of Wildlife Populations and CommunitiesKristen A. Baum (Oklahoma State University (OSU))
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