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The Southern Plains Climate Hub website is a resource for weather and climate information for the Southern Plains region. Here you will find information resources on historic, current, and projected future conditions and their implications for agricultural…
The Southern Plains Climate Hub develops training and educational materials for audiences ranging from K-12 to agricultural professionals. Here you will find new resources that may be useful in your own organization.
The Southern Plains Climate Hub engages in applied research focused on the links between weather and climate variability and change and production agriculture in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Here you will find information on recent publications and…