References

Listed are the books and scientific articles I used to write the science, surfing, and characters in Songs Of Thalassa

Books:

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  2. Backman, Linda. 2018. Souls on Earth Exploring Interplanetary Past Lives. Llewellyn Publications , 264 pp.
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  8. Campbell, Joseph. 2004. The Hero with a Thousand Faces . Princeton University Press , 403 pp.
  9. Casey, Susan. 2010. The Wave: In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks, and Giants of the Ocean. Doubleday , 326 pp.
  10. Coleman, Stuart Holmes. 2002. Eddie Would Go: The Story of Eddie Aikau, Hawaiian Hero. MindRaising Press , 271 pp.
  11. Collins, Sean. 2006. Surfline’s California Surf Guide: Secrets to Finding the Best Waves. Surfline , 213 pp.
  12. Comins, Neil F. 1995. What If the Moon Didn’t Exist? Voyages to Earths That Might Have Been. Harper Perennial , 336 pp.
  13. Comins, Neil F. 2010. What If the Earth Had Two Moons? And nine other thought-provoking speculations on the solar system. St. Martin’s Press, 288 pp.
  14. Diamond, Jared. 2011. Collapse How Societies Choose to Fail Or Succeed. Penguin , 589 pp.
  15. Dixon, Chris. 2016. Ghost Wave: The True Story of the Biggest Wave on Earth and the Men Who Challenged It. Chronicle Books, 256 pp.
  16. Dixon, Peter. 2001. Men Who Ride Mountains: Incredible True Tails of Legendary Surfers. The Lyons Press , 192 pp.
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  19. Finnegan, William. 2015. Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life. Penguin Press , 447 pp.
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  30. McGhee, George, Jr.. 2013. When the Invasion of Land Failed: The Legacy of the Devonian Extinctions. Columbia University Press , 360 pp.
  31. Krause, Bernie, 2016. The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World’s Wild Places. Back Bay Books, 304. pp
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  33. Kupihea, Moke. 2004. The Seven Dawns of the Aumakua: The Ancestral Spirit Tradition of Hawaii. Inner Traditions / Bear & Co , 272 pp.
  34. Kupihea, Moke. 2005. The Cry of the Huna: The Ancestral Voices of Hawaii. Inner Traditions/Bear , 208 pp.
  35. Laderman, Scott. 2014. Empire in Waves: A Political History of Surfing. Univ of California Press , 256 pp.
  36. Lawlor, Robert. 1991. Voices of the First Day: Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime. Inner Traditions/Bear , 432 pp.
  37. Macdonald, Gordon Andrew. 1983. Volcanoes in the Sea:The Geology of Hawaii. University of Hawaii Press , 517 pp.
  38. Martin, Andy. 2007. Stealing the Wave: The Epic Struggle Between Ken Bradshaw and Mark Foo. Bloomsbury Publishing USA , 256 pp.
  39. Marx, Felix G.. 2016. Cetacean palaeobiology . Wiley Blackwell , 319 pp.
  40. McNamara, Garrett. 2016. Hound of the Sea: Wild Man. Wild Waves. Wild Wisdom.. HarperCollins , 304 pp.
  41. Michaelson, Gerald A.. 2003. Sun Tzu for Success: How to Use the Art of War to Master Challenges and Accomplish the Important Goals in Your Life. Adams Media Corporation, 224 pp.
  42. Mishra, Pankaj. 2017. Age of Anger: A History of the Present. Macmillan , 406 pp.
  43. Mowat, Farley. 1996. Sea of slaughter . Chapters , 446 pp.
  44. Niven, Larry. 2020. The Legacy of Heorot . Baen Books , 400 pp.
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  46. O’Dell, Scott. 2010. Island of the Blue Dolphins . Sandpiper , 177 pp.
  47. Ph.D., Hank Wesselman,. 2011. The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman. Sounds True , 288 pp.
  48. Pukui, Mary Kawena. 2014. Nānā I Ke Kumu (Look to the source), Volumes 1 & 2 . Hui Hanai , 240 pp.
  49. Quinn, Daniel. 2000. Beyond Civilization: Humanity’s Next Great Adventure. Crown Publishing Group , 208 pp.
  50. Rome, Adam. 2001. The Bulldozer in the Countryside: Suburban Sprawl and the Rise of American Environmentalism. Cambridge University Press , 299 pp.
  51. Rome, Adam. 2013. The Genius of Earth Day: How a 1970 teach-in unexpectedly made the first green generation. Hill and Wang , 346 pp.
  52. Safina, Carl. 2015. Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel. Macmillan , 461 pp.
  53. Sagan, Carl. 1997. Pale Blue Dot: a Vision of the Human Future in Space. Ballantine Books , 360 pp.
  54. Say, Rosa. 2004. Managing with Aloha: Bringing Hawaii’s Universal Values to the Art of Business. Ho¿ohana Publishing , 266 pp.
  55. Shapiro, R. 1997. Origins and the Next 50 Years. Light Technology Publishing, Flagstaff, AZ.
  56. Skolnick, Adam. 2016. One Breath: Freediving, Death, and the Quest to Shatter Human Limits. Crown Archetype , 324 pp.
  57. Spence, Lewis. 1999. The Magic Arts in Celtic Britain . Courier Corporation , 198 pp.
  58. Thewissen, J. G. M.. 2014. The Walking Whales: From Land to Water in Eight Million Years. Univ of California Press , 245 pp.
  59. Thorne, Kip S.. 2014. The Science of Interstellar . W.W. Norton , 324 pp.
  60. Valentine, James W.. 2004. On the Origin of Phyla . University of Chicago Press , 614 pp.
  61. Vogler, Christopher. 2007. The Writer’s Journey Mythic Structure for Writers. Michael Wiese Productions , 407 pp.
  62. Waller, William Howard. 2013. The Milky Way: An Insider’s Guide. Princeton University Press , 316 pp.
  63. Warshaw, Matt. 2010. The History of Surfing . Chronicle Books , 495 pp.
  64. Washburn, Grant. 2006. Inside Maverick’s: Portrait of a Monster Wave. Chronicle Books , 160 pp.
  65. Webb, Stephen. 2002. If the Universe Is Teeming with Aliens … WHERE IS EVERYBODY? Fifty Solutions to the Fermi Paradox and the Problem of Extraterrestrial Life. Springer Science & Business Media , 288 pp.
  66. Whitehead, Hal. 2003. Sperm Whales: Social Evolution in the Ocean. University of Chicago Press , 431 pp.
  67. Wilhelm, Maria. 2009. Avatar: A Confidential Report on the Biological and Social History of Pandora. HarperCollins , 224 pp.

Films:

  1. Chasing Mavericks. Apted, M. and C. Hanson. Fox 2000 Pictures. 2012. Film. 1:56
  2. Contact. Zemeckis, R. Warner Bros. 1997. Film 1:50:00
  3. Dances with Wolves
  4. Heart of The Sea: Kapolioka’ehukai: A portrait of Hawaiian surfer and breast cancer activist Rell Sunn. Denker L. and C. Largarde. New Day films. 2002. DVD 54:00
  5. Interstellar
  6. John Carter
  7. Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth. Moyer, W. Mystic Fire Video. 1991. 6:00
  8. Koko: the Gorilla that Talks
  9. Prometheus
  10. Moana
  11. Momentum Generation. Zimbalist, J. and M. Zimbalist. All Rise Films. 2018. HBO. 1:43.
  12. Paw project
  13. Rip Girls
  14. Soul Surfer
  15. Stardust
  16. The Giver

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