Webinars & Talks
Missed a talk at a workshop or interested in the latest webinars? Topics cover all aspects of climate adaptation, decision making processes and regional variability. Check here for the most recent and archived files, as well as upcoming webinars and talks.
Upcoming Webinars & Talks
April 22, 2020. This presentation will cover how the projections were developed, interpretation methods, the major temperature and precipitation changes projected for our future, and their limitations. The experts at the South Central CASC will be available to assist with any specific uses and questions. Overall, this presentation aims to clarify future climate projections and allow you to become comfortable enough to answer questions or assist others with theirs.
Register in advance here.
Archived Southern Plains Climate Science Seminar Series
January 29, 2020 – Towards Sustainable Water Management: Identifying Conservation Priorities, Data Needs and Barriers to Implementing Environmental Flows in the Red River Basin by Sean Wineland, University of Oklahoma
February 12, 2020: New Insights into the Complex Drivers of Hydrometeorological and Hydroclimatological Extremes in the Great Plains of the United States by Dr. Jeff Basara, University of Oklahoma.
April 3, 2019 – Highlights from the Fourth US National Climate Assessment, and Why it Matters to the Southern Great Plains by Katharine Hayhoe, Texas Tech University
August 14, 2019 – Regional Climate and Soil Health Management: Delivering Science-based Climate Services at the USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub by Caitlin Rottler, USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub
December 4, 2019 – The Conservation Conundrum of Grassland Ecosystems in a Changing World by Sam Fuhlendorf, Oklahoma State University
June 5, 2019 – Implications of Future Climate Scenarios for Water Availability in the Middle Rio Grande Basin by Ali Mirchi, Oklahoma State University
October 9, 2019 – Whither the 100th Meridian? The Once and Future Physical and Human Geography of America’s Arid-Humidity Divide by Richard Seager, Columbia University