Title

Embers

Document Type

Blog

Department

Environmental Analysis (Pomona)

Publication Date

7-13-2016

Abstract

After living in Southern California for nine years, I should be used to fire season—and the fact that there is something called fire season—but I’m not.

My wife and I moved to the Southland in late summer 2007, and within the month we saw some of the region’s most horrific firestorms consume vast stretches of chaparral-cloaked foothills, deep canyons filled with alder and oak and, at higher elevations, thick stands of pine and cedar.

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This blog post can found at Trinity University Press.

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© 2016 Char Miller

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