• 2012 SC-CSC Science Workshop Recap

    The Department of Interior’s South Central Climate Science Center (SC-CSC) invited federal and university researchers and land management representatives to participate in a science workshop on November 29-30, 2012 in Fort Worth, Texas. The workshop was intended to provide an opportunity to identify near- and longer-term, high-priority SC-CSC research topics in preparation for the USGS proposal solicitation that was released on January 7, 2013 as well as for pursuing supplementary external sources of funding in the South Central United States.  This document summarizes the discussions from the workshop.


  • SC-CSC 2012 Annual Progress Report - High Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2012, to February 28, 2013. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains high resolution graphics and has a file size of ~40 MB.


  • 2013 SC-CSC Research Workshop Recap

    The Department of Interior’s South Central Climate Science Center (SC-CSC) invited federal and university researchers and land management representatives to participate in a research workshop on October 28-29, 2013 in Norman, Oklahoma. This document summarizes some of the potential project ideas that arose during the workshop discussions.


  • SC-CSC 2012 Annual Progress Report - Low Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2012, to February 28, 2013. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains low resolution graphics and has a file size of ~1 MB.


  • SC-CSC Strategic Science Plan

    The U.S. Geological Survey released the first Strategic Science Plan for the South Central Climate Science Center on July 2, 2013. The Strategic Science Plan establishes the science priorities and provides guidance on partner interactions for the SC-CSC on a 5 year horizon (2013-2018).


  • SC-CSC 2013 Annual Progress Report - High Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2013, to February 28, 2014. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains high resolution graphics and has a file size of ~74 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2013 Annual Progress Report - Low Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2013, to February 28, 2014. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains low resolution graphics and has a file size of ~1 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2014 Annual Progress Report - High Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2014, to February 28, 2015. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains high resolution graphics and has a file size of ~85 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2014 Annual Progress Report - Low Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2014, to February 28, 2015. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains low resolution graphics and has a file size of ~2.5 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2014 Tribal Annual Progress Report - High Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s tribal annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2014, to February 28, 2015. The tribal annual progress report summarizes our tribal engagement activities and the development of the Tribal Engagement Strategy (USGS Circular 1396). This version of the tribal annual progress report contains high resolution graphics and has a file size of ~3.5 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2014 Tribal Annual Progress Report - Low Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s tribal annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2014, to February 28, 2015. The tribal annual progress report summarizes our tribal engagement activities and the development of the Tribal Engagement Strategy (USGS Circular 1396). This version of the tribal annual progress report contains low resolution graphics and has a file size of less than 1 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2015 Annual Progress Report - High Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2015, to February 29, 2016. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains high resolution graphics and has a file size of ~44 MB.


  • SC-CSC 2015 Annual Progress Report - Low Resolution

    This is the South Central Climate Science Center’s annual progress report for the period of March 1, 2015, to February 29, 2016. The annual progress report includes a description of our activities and accomplishments for the period, a summary of expenditures incurred, and our anticipated activities for the next period.  This version of the annual progress report contains low resolution graphics and has a file size of ~1.3 MB. Click here for a high resolution version.


  • SC-CSC Executive Committee Bylaws

    The SC-CSC Executive Committee consists of representatives of each of the seven member institutions that comprise the SC-CSC consortium and exists to enhance the broader Climate Science Center enterprise within the South Central region.  This document outlines the bylaws that govern the Executive Committee as ratified on 2/22/2013.


  • SC-CSC Affiliate Program Guidelines

    An Affiliate of the SC-CSC is a person whose professional activity, including research or education, contributes to the goals and mission of the Center.  Affiliates must either belong to one of the seven member institutions that comprise the SC-CSC consortium, be listed as an individual partner in the original SC-CSC proposal, or be selected by the Executive Committee to enhance strengths in key areas.  This document outlines the structure of the Affiliate Program as passed by the Executive Committee on 2/22/2013.