Advanced Radar Research Center (ARRC): The ARRC is involved in many aspects of radar research applied to studies of the atmosphere. Topics range from sophisticated radar signal processing to precipitation microphysical studies.
Center for the Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS): The CAPS mission is to develop and demonstrate techniques for the numerical analysis and prediction of high-impact local weather and environmental conditions, with emphasis on the assimilation of observations from Doppler radars and other advanced in-situ and remote sensing systems.
Center for Spatial Analysis (CSA): CSA is a multidisciplinary university research center specializing in the study and application of geospatial science and technology.
Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS): CIMMS provides a mechanism to link the scientific and technical resources of the University of Oklahoma and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to create a center of research excellence in mesoscale meteorology, regional climate studies and related subject areas.
Environmental Verification and Analysis Center (EVAC): EVAC participates in interdisciplinary scientific work related to earth science, with special emphasis on strengthening relationships among environmental scientists and the public around the globe.
Oklahoma Alliance for Geographical Education (OKAGE): OKAGE is an organization for geography educators in Oklahoma and is affiliated with the National Geographic Society and its national network of state geographic alliances and national geography organizations.
Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS): OCS was established in 1980 to provide climatological services to the people of Oklahoma, conduct research on the impacts of climate on human activities and serve as a support facility for the State Climatologist. OCS has a legislative mandate to acquire, process and disseminate climate and weather data and information for use by the state's citizens.
Oklahoma Mesonet:The Oklahoma Mesonet consists of more than 100 automated observing stations that continuously monitor numerous important weather and soil variables. The Oklahoma Mesonet Program is administered jointly by the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.
Office of Weather Programs and Projects (OWPP): OWPP is a university research center dedicated to the transfer of meteorological knowledge present in the Weather Sphere to national and international applied meteorological projects. OWPP’s main focus areas include hydro-meteorological modernization feasibility studies and meteorological educational programs. Additionally, OWPP provides connections to key Weather Sphere experts for developing project opportunities.
South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center: The South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center is a partnership between the US Geological Survey and a consortium of seven member institutions consisting of the University of Oklahoma, Texas Tech University, Louisiana State University, the Chickasaw Nation, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab. The consortium has broad expertise in the physical, biological, natural and social sciences to address impacts of climate change on land, water, fish and wildlife, ocean, coastal and cultural resources.