Web site of the American Association of State Climatologists, with links to other state climate offices and the regional climate centers.
The National Climatic Data Center is a source for archived weather data. It assesses and monitors climate variation and change, and provides access to global climate and weather related data and information generated by the national and international meteorological services.
The Southern Regional Climate Center conducts an array of climate research and provides climate data services, climate summaries, and decision support tools to Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
The Climate Prediction Center provides a variety of climate information for the United States such as 6-10 day, 8-14 day, one month, and three month outlooks on precipitation and temperature, as well as hazard and drought assessments.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's portal to national and global climate information and products.
The Department of Interior South-Central Climate Science Center serves as a regional center for the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center. The South-Central CSC provides managers of natural, cultural and historic resources with information and tools needed to address climate change challenges.
IPCC reviews and assesses scientific, technical, and socio-economic information produced worldwide. It is the international leader on summarizing (not conducting) research on our changing climate.
The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) coordinates and integrates U.S. governmental research on changes in the global environment and their implications for society.
This map shows Oklahoma counties separated into the nine climate divisions.
The National Weather Center is a host to 12 academic and research programs in weather and climate, including University of Oklahoma, state, and federal organizations.
The University of Oklahoma School of Meteorology is a leading academic and research program, focusing on meteorological, atmospheric, and climate studies.
The Oklahoma Water Resources Board aims to manage, protect, and improve Oklahoma's water resources through information on water quality standards, mapping, monitoring, safety, permitting, and licensing.
As part of of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Biological Survey is the state office that analyzes and disseminates information about Oklahoma's animal and plant forms and ecological communities.
The Oklahoma Geological Survey is a state agency for research and public service. The Survey is responsible for investigating the state's land, water, mineral, and energy resources and disseminating the results.
The Oklahoma Archeological Survey researches Oklahoma's archeological record in hopes to preserve significant sites, resources, and disseminate information to advance education.
The NOAA Weather Partners, located in Norman, Oklahoma, are five federal government organizations involved in severe weather research, forecasting and support.
The University of Oklahoma's Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability focuses on individual and collective research, teaching, and service activities that advance the understanding of the natural and social processes of earth's surface.