Past Events

CSC
TESNAR Environmental Assessment and Problem Solving Using GIS

Aug. 20, 2014 - Aug. 21, 2014

301 David L Boren Blvd, Room 3065, Norman OK 73019

The South Central Climate Science Center (SC CSC) would like to invite you to participate in a 2-day training class “2014 TESNAR Environmental Problem Solving GIS Workshop”. The purpose of this workshop is to provide Tribal environmental staffs and Tribal GIS personnel with introductory information about streamstats sites on the Web, Tribal digital atlases, land-use fragmentation, Arc Hydro, climate datasets, species vulnerability assessments, mapping Tribal cultural resources, and hands-on GIS exercises. Class participants will receive a workbook, participate in lectures and field exercises, and have numerous opportunities to ask questions of the trainers. There is no registration fee for this class. Class is limited to thirty-five (35) participants.


CSC
Climate Training Workshop - Wyandotte

Aug. 14, 2014 - Aug. 15, 2014

Wyandotte, OK

The Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP) in conjunction with the South Central Climate Science Center will be hosting climate training workshops that are open to the environmental professionals and related staff of Oklahoma and Texas Native American tribes.

For a more detailed workshop description, a tentative agenda, and registration information, please see the SCIPP website.


CSC
Vulnerability Assessment Training

Aug. 11, 2014

301 David L. Boren Blvd., Room 3065, Norman OK 73071

Tribal leaders of the 64 sovereign tribal nations in the south central region are faced with meeting all federal requirements to qualify for disaster relief assistance. One of the requirements includes a vulnerability assessment. A vulnerability assessment asks: What types of hazards is your community faced with? What structures and infrastructure are at risk? Who in your community is likely to experience physical and/or social impacts?

The South Central Climate Science Center is hosting a free training program, led by the University of Oklahoma’s Division of Regional and City Planning and the Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center at Texas A&M, on vulnerability assessment to identify the potential strengths and weaknesses in the event of disaster impact. The workshop will help prepare tribal professionals to assess community conditions such as: pre-impact conditions, hazards exposure, physical vulnerability, social vulnerability, asset mapping, and technical needs.  The workshop includes lectures, presentations, activities, and interactive exercises.

There is no registration fee for this workshop. Lunch will be provided.


CSC
Undergraduate Summer Internship for Underrepresented Minorities

Jul. 20, 2014 - Aug. 9, 2014

Applications for the internship are now closed. For more information, please see the tentative itinerary.


CSC
Early Career Professional Development Workshop

Jun. 15, 2014 - Jun. 21, 2014

Applications for the workshop are now closed. For more information, please see the tentative agenda.


CSC
SC-CSC Research Workshop

Oct. 28, 2013 - Oct. 29, 2013

Norman, OK

A meeting for consortium members and partners to identify near- and longer-term, high-priority SC-CSC research topics in preparation for the forthcoming USGS proposal solicitation as well as for pursuing supplementary external sources of funding in the South Central United States.


CSC
Intertribal Workshop on Climate Variability and Change

Jul. 17, 2013

Sulphur, OK

A regional workshop to educate tribal environmental managers on climate change impacts and conservation strategies, to document the needs and capabilities of the region’s tribal nations related to climate, ecological, and water data, and to expand and enhance the conversation about climate change between researchers and tribal leaders.

The workshop will meet at the Chickasaw Cultural Center.

Related files and handouts:
* EPA Climate Change Basics
* South Central Climate Science Center Handout
* Maps for Sulphur Workshop
* SCIPP Drought Tools Tutorial
* Workshop-related Online Resources
* Drought Histories for Oklahoma


CSC
Intertribal Workshop on Climate Variability and Change

Jul. 9, 2013

Wyandotte, OK

A regional workshop to educate tribal environmental managers on climate change impacts and conservation strategies, to document the needs and capabilities of the region’s tribal nations related to climate, ecological, and water data, and to expand and enhance the conversation about climate change between researchers and tribal leaders.

The workshop will meet at the Eastern Shawnee Cultural Center in the Annex Building.  The building currently houses the Shawnee Cultural Preservation Offices.

Related files and handouts:
* EPA Climate Change Basics
* South Central Climate Science Center Handout
* Maps for Wyandotte Workshop
* SCIPP Drought Tools Tutorial
* Workshop-related Online Resources
* Drought Histories for Oklahoma


CSC
Intertribal Workshop on Climate Variability and Change

Jun. 25, 2013

Albuquerque, NM

A regional workshop to educate tribal environmental managers on climate change impacts and conservation strategies, to document the needs and capabilities of the region’s tribal nations related to climate, ecological, and water data, and to expand and enhance the conversation about climate change between researchers and tribal leaders.

The workshop will meet at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

Related files and handouts:
* EPA Climate Change Basics
* South Central Climate Science Center Handout
* Maps for Albuquerque Workshop
* SCIPP Drought Tools Tutorial
* Workshop-related Online Resources
* Drought Histories for New Mexico


CSC
Intertribal Workshop on Climate Variability and Change

Jun. 11, 2013

Fort Cobb, OK

A regional workshop to educate tribal environmental managers on climate change impacts and conservation strategies, to document the needs and capabilities of the region’s tribal nations related to climate, ecological, and water data, and to expand and enhance the conversation about climate change between researchers and tribal leaders.

The workshop will meet in the Caddo Kiowa Technology Center - Seminar Center, Building 400, Room 435.  Parking is available on the east side of the building.  Please see a printable pdf map of the campus as well as a printable pdf classroom map.

Related files and handouts:
* EPA Climate Change Basics
* South Central Climate Science Center Handout
* Maps for Fort Cobb Workshop
* SCIPP Drought Tools Tutorial
* Workshop-related Online Resources
* Drought Histories for Oklahoma


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