Mark A. Shafer

Y Hong2
Christopher N Bednarczyk2
2Y Hong
2Christopher N Bednarczyk
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This study aims to examine how future climate, temperature and precipitation specifically, are expected to change under the A2, A1B, and B1 emission scenarios over the six states that make up the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP): Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Mississippi. SCIPP is a member of the National Oceanic and(More)
  • Lu Liu, Yang, Hong, Christopher N Bednarczyk, Bin, Yong +11 others
  • 2012
Understanding the characteristics of historical droughts will benefit water resource managers because it will reveal the possible impacts that future changes in climate may have on drought, and subsequently, the availability of water resources. The goal of this study was to reconstruct historical drought occurrences and assess future drought risk for the(More)
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