Monday, April 18, 2016

The Santa Anas

It’s a little hot and windy lately, eh!?  (No - not that last lecture.)  The Santa Anas have kicked up.  Here are some Armacost Library sources about Southern California’s own devil winds.  Don’t let them get to you - come on in, find a comfy spot, and read in the cool comfort of the Armacost Library!

Baron, R. A., Russell, G. W., and Arms, R. L. 1985. “Negative Ions and Behavior: Impact on Mood, Memory, and Aggression among Type A and Type B Persons.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 48(3): 746-754.

Brown, James. 2002. “Fire.” New England Review 23 (1): 45–51.

Carle, David. 2006. “Santa Ana and Diablo Winds.” In Introduction to Air in California. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Chandler, Raymond. 1995. “Red Wind.” In Stories and Early Novels. New York: Library of America.

Cody, M. L., and H. A. Mooney. 1978. “Convergence Versus Nonconvergence in Mediterranean-Climate Ecosystems.” Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 9: 265–321.

Davis, Mike. 1995. “The Case for Letting Malibu Burn.” Environmental History Review 19 (2): 1–36.

Didion, Joan. 2008. “Los Angeles Notebook.” In Slouching towards Bethlehem. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Langford, A. O., R. B. Pierce, and P. J. Schultz. 2015. “Stratospheric Intrusions, the Santa Ana Winds, and Wildland Fires in Southern California.” Geophysical Research Letters 42(14): 6091–6097.

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