Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey April 1999
 
Number 26 Library Accessions ISSN 0309 - 8591
 
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ABBOT, W.J. Lewis (1911). On the classification of the British Stone Age industries and some new and little known, well-marked horizons and cultures. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 41, 458-481 + pls. xlv-lxiv.

ANON (1999). Civil War fortifications brought back to light. Br Archaeol, 42, page 4.

ANON (1999). Early Saxon pots in wide trade network. Br Archaeol, 42, page 5.

ANON (1999). Field boundaries. Br Archaeol, 42, page 4.

ANON (1999). Medicines identified from the Mary Rose. Br Archaeol, 43, page 5.

ANON (1999). Signs of body-snatchers in Quaker burial ground. Br Archaeol, 43, page 4 [Kingston-upon-Thames]

ANSELL (1999). Beowulf in Kent. Br Archaeol, 42, page 14.

BARHAM, Larry (1999). From art and tools came human origins. Br Archaeol, 42, 8-9.

BATES, Jackie, and John MINKIN (1999). Lafone Street, Southwark -- prehistoric farming and a medieval bridge. London Archaeologist, 8(12), 325-330.

BIRD, David (1999). Early days at London and Richborough. London Archaeologist, 8(12), 331-334.

CASTLE, Stephen A. (1999). Excavations in field 410, Brockley Hill, 1972. London Archaeologist, 8(12), 334-335.

CHARLTON, John (1999). OGS Crawford was a great man with a few eccentricities … Br Archaeol, 42, page 18.

COOK, W.H., and Sir Arthur KEITH (1914). On the discovery of a human skeleton in a brick-earth deposit in the valley of the river Medway at Halling, Kent. Report on the human and animal remains found at Halling, Kent. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 44, 212-227 + pls. xviii-xxii + 228-240.

COWIE, Robert, and Lyn BLACKMORE (1999). Excavation and mitigation in Lundenwic: a case study. London Archaeologist, 8(12), 311-319.

EVE, David (1999). Reinterpreting the site of Knole glassworks, Kent. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 139-142.

FEAKES, Lesley (1999). Letter: re. Roman invasion of AD 43. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 43, page 8.

FIELD, David (1999). Bury the dead in a sacred landscape. Br Archaeol, 43, 6-7.

FREETH, Chrissie (1999). Ancient history of trips to the dentist. Br Archaeol, 43, 8-9.

FULFORD, Michael, and Amanda CLARKE (1999). Silchester and the end of Roman towns. Curr Archaeol, 14(5)(161), 176-180.

GOODBURN, Damian (1999). An image of ancient English woodland. Br Archaeol, 42, 10-11 [Information about living trees / woodland derived from excavated timber]

HASELGROVE, Dennis, and Jan Van LOO (1999). Pieter van den Ancker and imports of Frechen stoneware bottles and drinking pots in Restoration London c. 1660 - 67. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 45-74.

HAWKINS, Duncan (1999). More on Saxon Kingston. London Archaeologist, 8(12), page 335.

HAYES, J.W. (1909). Deneholes and other chalk excavations: their origin and uses. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 39, 44-76 + pl. xi.

IMPEY, Edward (1999). Getting rid of shallow water. London Archaeologist, 8(12), 320-324 [Tower of London moat]

KELLY, Nick, and Ron MARTIN (1999). The Éoliènne Bolée at St. Hugh's Monastery, Cowfold. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 102, page 2 [One of four wind engines of 1875 - 83 (for water pumping) survives]

KENYON, John R. (1999). Post-medieval Britain and Ireland in periodic literature in 1997. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 207-216.

LUCAS, Robin (1999). Dutch pantiles in the county of Norfolk: architecture and international trade in the 17th and 18th centuries. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 75-94.

MOIR, J. Reid (1916). On the evolution of the earliest palaeoliths from the rostro-carinate implements. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 46, 197-220.

MOIR, J. Reid (1917). On some human and animal bones, flint implements, etc. Discovered in two ancient occupation-levels in a small valley near Ipswich. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 47, 367-412 + pls. xv-xvi.

MOIR, J. Reid (1919). On the occurrence of humanly-fashioned flints, etc., in the "Middle Glacial" gravel at Ipswich, Suffolk. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 49, 74-93 + pls. iii-iv.

MOIR, J. Reid (1920). On the occurrence of flint implements of man in the glacial chalky boulder clay of Suffolk. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 50, 135-152 + pls. i-ii.

MOIR, J. Reid (1921). On an early Chellian-Palaeolithic workshop-site in the Pliocene "Forest Bed" of Cromer, Norfolk. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 51, 385-418 + pl. xvii.

MOORE, Dudley J. (1999). Roman invasion. Br Archaeol, 42, page 14.

NICHOLLS, R.A. (1999). Beowulf in Kent. Br Archaeol, 42, page 14.

PEARCE, Jacqueline, and John SCHOFIELD (1999). A rare delftware Hebrew plate and associated assemblage from an excavation in Mitre Street, City of London. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 95-112.

PHILP, Brian (1999). Roman invasion. Br Archaeol, 42, page 14.

PONSFORD, Michael, and Reg JACKSON (1999). Post-medieval Britain and Ireland in 1997. Post-Medieval Archaeol, 32, 145-206.

SCHOFIELD, John (1999). From frontier town to stately capital. Br Archaeol, 43, 12-13.

SEWELL, Andrew (1999). Flint axes. Br Archaeol, 43, page 14.

TADD, Malcolm H. (1999). Some WWII air raid shelters. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica, 21, 11-13 [Measured drawings of four air-raid shelters in or near Caterham / Woldingham]

WARD, Alan (1999). Boley Hill, Rochester: repaving project. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 43, 1-4 [Excavations near the Cathedral]

WARREN, S. Hazzledine (1905). On the origin of "Eolithic" flints by natural causes, especially by the foundering of drifts. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 35, 337-363 + pl. xxvi.

WARREN, S. Hazzledine (1914). The experimental investigation of flint fracture and its application to problems of human implements. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 44, 412-450 + pls. xxxviii-xl.

WARREN, S. Hazzledine (1919). A stone-axe factory at Graig-lwyd, Penmaenmawr. J Roy Anthropol Inst, 49, 342-365.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ABBOTT, Peter (1999). GIS. What is it? What is it not? The Surrey Recorder, 7, page 3 [Geographic Information System.]

ADAMS, Brian (1999). Groundwater abstraction. Reports on the sustainable management of groundwater, Earthwise, 13, page 18.

AMBROSI, Mario (1999). Town named as front runner for city status. Croydon Advertiser, 9 April 1999, page 4.

ANON (1999). Bats and buildings benefit from tax windfall. Surrey's Environment News, April - September 1999, pages 1 and 3 [Lime kilns at Betchworth and Brockham limeworks to be repaired using landfill tax rebate funding]

ANON (1999). Croydon Tramlink. South London's hybrid light railway. Modern Railways Special: New Railways for London, 3, 25-51.

ANON (1999). Docklands Light Railway. Under the river - then into the air? Modern Railways Special: New Railways for London, 3, 5-11.

ANON (1999). Heathrow Express. Modern Railways Special: New Railways for London, 3, 53-59 and 61-63.

ANON (1999). Jubilee Line Extension. Modern Railways Special: New Railways for London, 3, 22-23.

ANON (1999). New pressures on public archaeology. Br Archaeol, 42, page 5.

ANON (1999). Rail priorities for London. Modern Railways Special: New Railways for London, 3, 12-17.

APPLETON, Don (1999). Radon potential maps. Identification of at-risk areas. Earthwise, 13, page 14.

AUSTEN, Ian (1999). Railtrack is on board Tube scheme to link town with City. Croydon Advertiser, 9 April 1999.

BOWEN, Humphry M. (1999). New conifer in the British Isles? BSBI News, 80, page 51 [Telecommunications relay towers!]

BYFORD, Hugh (1999). Pubs and palaces. Croydon Focus, 72, 8-9.

CHLORIDE (1999). Transport Group news. Croydon Focus, 72, 19-21.

CORDNER, Ken (edr) (1999). New Railways for London 3. Modern Railways Special: 64pp.

COUNTRYSIDE AGENCY (1999). Tomorrow's countryside - 2020 vision. The future of the countryside and the Countryside Agency's role in shaping it. Countryside Agency: 20pp.

CROYDON LB (1997). Queen's Hospital planning brief. LB Croydon: 40pp.

CULLIS, Catherine (1998). An inspiration of churches. From its estate of 312 historic churches … a selection of 40 to celebrate 1000 years. Churches Conservation Trust: 10pp.

FORD, Richard (1999). Towns tussle for a city break. The Times, 5 April 1999 [Contenders for city status - Blackburn, Brighton, Croydon, Stockport, and Wolverhampton]

FORDYCE, Fiona, et al. (1999). Urban geochemical mapping. Essential information for redevelopment. Earthwise, 13, page 13.

GALE, Ian (1999). Making better use of water resources. Using groundwater storage to manage supplies. Earthwise, 13, page 19.

GEOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION (1999). Geography in the curriculum. A position statement from the GA. Geography, 84(2)(363), 164-167.

HARRISON, David (1999). Re-use of quarry wastes. Developing saleable by-products. Earthwise, 13, page 32.

HIGHLEY, David, and Bill HATTON (1999). Technology and information. Leading the way towards more sustainable mineral development. Earthwise, 13, 30-31.

HOOKER, Paul (1999). Sustainability in the built environment. The part played by the geosciences. Earthwise, 13, page 10.

HOWKINS, Mike (1999). Biodiversity action planning. The Surrey Recorde,r 7, pages 4 and 7.

JENKINS, Jennifer (1999). Conservation and regeneration. Croydon Focus, 72, 26-31.

KLINCK, Ben (1999). Sustainable landfill. A developing world perspective. Earthwise, 13, page 15.

LOTT, Graham (1999). Britain's building stone industry. Can it be sustained? Earthwise, 13, page 36.

MEALE, Alan (1999). Sustainable development. The view from Government. Earthwise, 13, 4-5.

MORRIS, Brian (1999). Urban groundwater. Monitoring the contamination of aquifers below cities. Earthwise, 13, page 23.

MORRIS, Richard (1999). Birdsong returns, but history is lost. Br Archaeol, 42, page 15.

NORTHMORE, Kevin, et al. (1999). Environmental geology. Maps for planning sustainable development. Earthwise, 13, page 12.

NORTON, Gill, et al. (1999). Computer modelling. A new dimension to mineral resource planning. Earthwise, 13, page 33.

PALMER, Margaret, and Katherine HEARN (1999). Code of conduct for the conservation and enjoyment of wild plants. Botanical Society of the British Isles: 18pp.

PARISH, George (1999). Why has Croydon no second-hand bookshops? Croydon Focus, 72, 11-13.

PEACH, Denis (1999). Groundwater and sustainability. Worldwide problems and some geological solutions. Earthwise, 13, 16-17.

PLANT, Jane, and Henry HASLAM (1999). The geological environment. Links with the human dimension. Earthwise, 13, 6-7.

PLATT, Edward (1999). Stung. BSBI News, 80, page 77 [Planning controls / planting]

ROGERS, Steve, and Steve HORSEMAN (1999). Underground space. The final frontier? Earthwise, 13, page 11.

SKRZYPCZYK, Tony (1999). Update on Shirley windmill. Croydon Focus, 72, 22-23.

SMEDLEY, Pauline (1999). Groundwater geochemistry. The impact of trace elements on community health. Earthwise, 13, page 22.

SMITH, A., and R.A. ELLISON (1999). Applied geological maps for planning and development: a review of examples from England and Wales, 1983 to 1996. Q J Engineering Geol, 32 (Supplement): iv + 44pp.

SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL (1999). Waste disposal in Surrey. Your questions answered. Surrey County Council: folded leaflet.

WALFORD, Nigel (1999). 'Making more of maps.' Geography and geographical information systems. Geography, 84(2)(363), 129-138.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BRIDGLAND, David R. (1999). 'Wealden rivers' north of the Thames: a provenance study based on gravel clast analysis. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 133-148.

COLE, Mabel J., Anna M. MATTHEWS, Anne S. ROBERTSON, et al. (1965). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Lewes (319), Hastings (320) and Dungeness (321) sheets. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 319 / 320 / 321: ii + 97pp.

COOLING, Christine M., et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Chatham (272) sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 272: iii + 65pp.

COOLING, Christine M. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Faversham (273) and Ramsgate (274) sheets. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 273 / 274: iii + 42pp.

DAVIES, Margaret C., et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (geological) Canterbury (289) sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 289: iii + 66pp.

GREEN, C.P., and D.F.M. McGREGOR (1999). Pre-Anglian gravel deposits of the River Thames and its tributaries between Goring and Cromer. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 117-132.

HARGREAVES, Rosemary (1982). Records of wells in the Fareham area. Inventory for 1:50,000 geological sheet 316. Institute of Geological Sciences: Metric Well Inventory 316: (i) + 84pp.

HARVEY, Betty I., et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Dover (290) sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 290: iii + 48pp.

HARVEY, Betty I., Mair R. CAVE, Anna M. MATTHEWS, et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Maidstone (288) sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 288: iii + 43pp.

HARVEY, Betty I., Anna M. MATTHEWS, et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Tunbridge Wells (303) and Tenterden (304) sheets. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 303 304: iii + 63pp.

MACDONALD, Alan M., James BURLEIGH, and William G. BURGESS (1999). Estimating transmissivity from surface resistivity soundings: an example from the Thames Gravels. Q J Engineering Geology 32(2), 199-205.

MADDY, D., et al. (1999). Pleistocene palaeomeanders of the River Avon, Warwickshire. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 163-172.

MURRAY, K.H., et al. (1966). Records of wells in the area of New series one-inch (Geological) Windsor (269) sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 269: iii + 68pp.

RICHARDS, Andrew E. (1999). Middle Pleistocene glaciation in Herefordshire: sedimentological and structural evidence from the Risbury formation. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 173-192.

ROBERTSON, Anne S., Anna M. MATTHEWS, Margaret H. PRYER, et al. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Bognor (332), Worthing (333), and Eastbourne (334) sheets. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 332 / 333 / 334: iii + 55pp.

ROBERTSON, Anne S. (1964). Records of wells in the area of New Series one-inch (Geological) Brighton (318), sheet. Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: Well Catalogue Series 318: iii + 93pp.

ROSE, James, et al. (1999). The Kesgrave Sands and Gravels: 'pre-glacial' Quaternary deposits of the River Thames in East Anglia and the Thames valley. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 93-116.

SARJEANT, William A.S. (1999). The decline of the Latin name: can it be halted? Geoscientist, 9(5), 4-7 [Palaeontology]

SINCLAIR, John M. (1999). Plio-Pleistocene relative sea-level changes in East Anglia: evidence from the Westleton Member and related deposits. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(2), 149-162.

ZAIDMAN, M.D., R.T. MIDDLETON, L.J. WEST and A.M. BINLEY (1999). Geophysical investigation of unsaturated zone transport in the Chalk of Yorkshire. Q J Engineering Geology, 32(2), 185-198.

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LOCAL HISTORY

BLYTHMAN, Guy (1999). Lost windmills of Sussex. Felpham, black and white mills. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 102, 9-12.

BRODIE, Allan (1999). Prisons that see progress in the past. Br Archaeol, 42, 6-7.

GALLAGHER, Sheila (1999). Westminster / General Lying-in Hospital 1767 - 1971 history and records. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(1), 37-43.

GRIFFITHS, Steven (1999). Digging into the past. Croydon Reports, Spring 1999, page 11 [LB Croydon archivist]

INGLIS, Harry R.G. (1913-14). The 'Contour' road book of England (South-east division.) London: Gall & Inglis [A cyclists' guide]

LONGLEY, Peter (1999). The Sussex Brick Co. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 102, page 13.

McINALLY, John (1999). The Epsom Spa Assembly Rooms, Surrey's Environ News, April-September 1999, page 19 [Waterloo House (1692), Epsom High Street]

PAAR, Harry (1999). Charles E. Lee, The Evolution of railways … Railway and Canal Historical Society Tramroad Group Occasional Paper 142: 2pp.

PAAR, Harry (1999). Early portable tramroads. Railway and Canal Historical Society Tramroad Group Occasional Paper 143: 1p.

PURVES, Libby (1999). Enclosure fight reopened: 350 years on, Diggers try to claim fairways as common treasury for all. The Guardian, 5 April 1999 [Weybridge: St. George's Hill]

RICE, R. Garroway (1999). Notes on some eighteenth century wrought-iron gates at Eagle House and Baron House Mitcham co. Surrey. With some account of the former owners and tenants of that house. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 22(1), 32-36 [Reproduced from an 1893 ms.]

SECHIARI, Jeff (1999). Mellersh and Neale - the Reigate brewery. Bull. Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 62, 5-7 [Reigate brewery founded 1801 by Thomas Neale … subsequent development]

SOUTH LONDON BOTANICAL INSTITUTE (1999). Figures in the early history of the Institute. South London Botanical Inst Gaz, April 1999, page 3 [The Institute was founded in 1910 by Allan Octavian Hume: item features Henry Groves [1855-1912], Frederick Townsend [1822-1905], Alfred Rendle [1865-1938], and W.H. Beeby [1849-1910]

SPRIGG, T. Stanhope (1999). London's new airport. J Croydon Airport Soc, 35, 4-6.

WILLIS, Frank (1999). The London bus scene in the Second World War - Part Seven. Beckenham Historian, 318, page 7.

YOUNG, Sophie, and Stephen GREEN (1999). Out of sight, out of mind. Library Assoc Rec, 101(4), 219-220 [Local history collections]

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MUSEUMS

KITE, Tony (1999). Not so dowdy! Tony Kite recalls our return visit to Down House. Beckenham Historian, 318, page 4.

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALLEN, David J. (1999). Fungal infection of cypress spurge. BSBI News, 80, page 23.

BAKER, Helen (1999). House sparrow monitoring. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, page 5.

BATEMAN, Richard M., and Orpah S. FARRINGTON (1999). A new infrageneric orchid hybrid for Britain! BSBI News, 80, page 19.

BERTRAND, Nick (1999). Putting the savage back into wild flowers. BSBI News, 80, 39-41.

BULLARD, Elaine (1999). Cardamine pratensis in lawns (1) BSBI News, 80, page 32.

CLEMENT, Eric (1999). Misconceptions about Amsinckia lycopsoides Lehm. BSBI News, 80, 44-45.

CROOK, Cameron S. (1999). Vice-county rare plant registers: the standard model or a revised alternative - a response. BSBI News, 80, 15-17.

DINES, Trevor (1999). Atlas 2000 progress report. BSBI News, 80, 5-9.

DUNN, Jo (1999). Is this a record height for a Verbascum? BSBI News, 80, 30-31.

DUPREE, David (1999). An endangered journalist? BSBI News, 80, 41-42.

ELLIS, Gwynn (1999). Alien records. BSBI News, 80, 43-44.

EVERETT, Sue (1999). Fumaria reuteri. BSBI News, 80, page 38.

GREEN, Paul (1999). Cardamine pratensis in lawns (2) BSBI News, 80, page 33.

HARMES, Paul, et al. (1999). Central southern Sussex … [Field meeting report.] BSBI News, 80, 66-68.

HENSON, Roger M. (1999). Cardamine pratensis in urban lawns (3) BSBI News, 80, page 33.

HODGETTS, Nick (1999). Vascular plant lists on web site. BSBI News, 80, page 39.

HORA, Carol J. (1999). Another handsome, though not so vigorous, hybrid. BSBI News, 80, page 46 [Origanum]

HORA, Carol J. (1999). Geum macrophyllum, a native of America, makes itself at home in my garden. BSBI News, 80, page 48.

HOWKINS, Mike (1999). Stag beetle survey. The Surrey Recorder, 7, page 2.

JEFFCOATE, Gail (1999). Butterflies for the new millennium. The final recording season for the new national Atlas! The Surrey Recorder, 7, page 4.

JENNINGS, Malcolm (1999). Searching for garden wildlife. Croydon Reports, Spring 1999, page 7.

KENT, Douglas H. (1999). D.H. Kent's herbarium. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, page 4 [D.H. Kent died in September 1998; his herbarium of c. 3,000 specimens has gone to the Natural History Museum, London]

KETTLE, Irene (1999). Boxhill area, 20 February 1999. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, page 7 [Botanical excursion report]

LEACH, Simon J., and Charles PULTENEY (1999). Habitat translocations. BSBI News, 80, 37-38.

LINDOP, Margaret (1999). Lady's slipper orchid. BSBI News, 80, page 51.

MABBOTT, Paul (1999). Ladybird look-out. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, 10-12.

MARSHALL, Tony F. (1999). Cardamine pratensis in lawns (4) BSBI News, 80, 33-34.

MURRAY, John (1999). Butterflies in town - Spring 1999. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, page 3.

OSWALD, Philip (1999). Spergularia marina on inland roadsides (2) BSBI News, 80, 29-30.

PALMER, John R. (1999). An unusual hybrid. BSBI News, 80, 45-46 [Geranium]

PEARMAN, David (1999). Ludwigia palustris in Dorset. BSBI News, 80, 17-18.

PRESTON, Ursula (1999). Botany in literature - 20. BSBI News, 80, 35-36.

PRIMAVESI, Tony (1999). Botany in literature - 21. BSBI News, 80, page 36.

RICH, T.C.G., G. HUTCHINSON, R. RANDALL, and R.G. ELLIS (1999). List of plants endemic to the British Isles. BSBI News, 80, 23-27.

SHAW, Julian M.H. (1999). Alien and cultivated solanum - a nomenclatural update. BSBI News, 80, 49-51.

SHAW, Julian M.H. (1999). Rhagadiolus edulis in Mallorca … and Britain? BSBI News, 80, 48-49.

SMITH, Peter (1999). Whatever happened to the hemlock? BSBI News, 80, 19-20.

SOUCHIER, Margaret (1999). Botany (natural history) in literature - 19. BSBI News, 80, 34-35.

STACE, Clive A. (1999). New flora of the British Isles, ed. 2 - important errata. BSBI News, 80, page 18.

STOREY, Malcolm W. (1999). Cypress spurge infection. BSBI News, 80, page 23.

STOREY, Malcolm W. (1999). Decreasing aliens. BSBI News, 80, page 48 [Elodea canadensis]

SUCKLING, Roger (1999). Grey herons in the vice-county of Surrey. Can you help? Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 153, page 2.

TANTRAM, Ray (1999). Finding fungi. The Surrey Recorder, 7, page 5 [incl. record for Boletus satanus on Box Hill.

WILLIAMS, Leslie (1999). Cardamine pratensis in urban lawns (3) BSBI News, 80, page 33.

WURZELL, Brian (1999). Common daisies under threat. BSBI News, 80, 20-22.

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