Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey September 2000
 
Number 43 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

Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

DAVIS, Simon J.M. (1987). The archaeology of animals. Routledge: 224pp.

DENISON, Simon (2000). Archaeologists divide on Stonehenge solstice. Br Archaeol, 54, page 4.

DENISON, Simon (2000). Saxon royal cemetery discovered in Southampton. Br Archaeol, 54, page 7.

DENISON, Simon (2000). Sixth century cemetery points to origins of Sutton Hoo. Br Archaeol, 54, page 5.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Our questions for you. EH: 12pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Discussion Paper 1: Understanding. The historic environment: condition, trends, and future contexts. EH: 14pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Discussion Paper 2: Belonging. The historic environment: public involvement and access. EH: 16pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Discussion Paper 3: Experiencing. Tourism and the historic environment. EH: 12pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Discussion Paper 4: Caring. The historic environment: regulation, procedures, protection and characterisation. EH: 14pp.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). Review of policies relating to the historic environment. Discussion Paper 5: Enriching. The historic environment: sustainability, and economic and social growth. EH: 18pp.

FOOT, William (2000). Landscape of war. Br Archaeol, 54, 18-23 [WWII effects on the British landscape]

HILL, J.D. (2000). Great sites: Little Woodbury. Br Archaeol, 54, 14-17.

MAYS, Simon (1998). The archaeology of human bones. Routledge: xiii + 242pp.

PLATT, Colin (1994). Medieval England: a social history and archaeology from the Conquest to 1600 AD. Routledge: xviii + 292pp.

ROWSOME, Peter (2000). London at the edge of the world: recent excavations sown that early Roman London was a rough male town where conditions were terrible but there was a lot of money to be made. Br Archaeol, 54, 8-13.

STRATTON, Michael and Barrie TRINDER (2000). Twentieth century industrial archaeology. E. & F.N. Spon: xi + 236pp.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

CHARLES CLOSE SOCIETY for the STUDY of ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS (2000). Almanack 2000. Charles Close Society: 32pp [Membership list etc]

FAUCETT, Dennis (2000). Integrated transport lacking at Croydon. Railwatch, 85, page 13.

GASTER, Chris (2000). Replanting the Vicar's Oak: a rejoinder. Norwood Rev, 151, 6-7.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2000). A bibliography of published works relating to mines and quarries working minerals other than fuels or metalliferous ores in the British Isles. 743 pp [Computer printout]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2000). Subterranea Britannica response to the English Heritage Review of Policies Relating to the Historic Environment. Subterranea Britannica: 11pp.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

No items in this issue

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2000). Mystery postcard reveals historic reminiscences. Norwood Rev, 151, page 19.

BAILEY-SMITH, John (2000). A local suffragette [Edith Mary Smith] Bull Bourne Soc, 181, page 29.

BURGESS, Peter M. (2000). Why "Bedlams Bank." News of the Weald, 38, page 12 [Name of quarry entrance location at Chaldon]

COCKERILL, Rick (2000). Banstead Wood: glimpses of a hidden landscape. The Downlander, 31, 25-26.

DENTON, Peggy (2000). Essoldo nights. Norwood Rev, 151, 11-14.

DUCK, Margaret (2000). The Police Station, Caterham Valley. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 22-24.

FOOKES, Gwyneth (2000). Gatton Park. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 15-16 [Report of visit]

GADSBY, Joy (2000). Landscape History Group. Warren Barn Farm, Flint House & Cheverills Farm. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, page 31 [Report of visit]

GADSBY, Joy (2000). Tales from Sanderstead churchyard - 23. James Dickson. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 30-31.

GOWER, Granville Leveson, 1865, Notices of the family of Uvedale of Titsey, Surrey, and Wickham, Hants. London: Cox & Wyman, 132pp + 10 plates [Reprinted from Surrey Archaeological Collections]

HENDERSON, B.W. (2000). Houses in use by the War Department or Air Ministry in Caterham, 1943/44. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 24-26.

KELSON, Margaret (2000). Charles Darwin and Down House. Gaz South London Botan Soc, August 2000, 5-6.

KLOSE, Albert (2000). 1 Maple Road and Cynthia Coleman. Norwood Rev, 151, page 7.

LEWIS, Mary (2000). Midsummer Day walk over Headley Heath. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, page 32.

LONDON, BRIGHTON AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY COMPANY, 1863, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway (Various Powers) Act, 1863. 26 & 27 Vict., Cap. cxcii: 2909-2936.

REED, Nicholas (2000). Editorial: another fire in another church. Norwood Rev, 151, 2-5 [All Saints]

REED, Nicholas (2000). The story of William Stanley by Eloïse Akpan. Book review … Norwood Rev, 151, 9-10.

ROSE, Grace M. (2000). History of Guiding in Surrey. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 10-11.

SANDFORD, Paul (2000). Pub History Group. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 18-19 [Report of visit to Fuller's brewery at Chiswick.]

SIBLEY, Colin Bruce (2000). Norwood Technical College before 1975: photographs sought. Norwood Rev, 151, page 8.

SKINNER, Norman (2000). The laundress and the labourer. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 13-15 [Report of his talk by Roger Hammond.]

SKINNER, Norman W.T. (2000). More on 'Letters from the front 1900.' Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 6-7.

SKINNER, Norman W.T. (2000). The secret of St. Mary the Virgin, Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, page 7.

STEPTOE, Peter (2000). The Ostrich & the Dolphin by Juliet Aykroyd performed at All Saints Church on 19th and 20th May. Play review … Norwood Rev, 151, 15-16.

STEVENSON, H.A. (2000). The Durning Library, Ascot and the Durning Library, Kennington. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 5-6.

TATTON-BROWN, Tim (2000). Lambeth Palace: a history of the Archbishops of Canterbury and their houses. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge: xii + 116pp.

WALKER, Yvonne (2000). Croydon Palace. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 11-13 [Report of her talk by Roger Hammond.]

WATTS, Rosie (2000). 'Best friends' - Coulsdon in the early 1920s. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 26-28.

WATTS, Rosie (2000). 45 - 47 Woodman Road, Coulsdon. Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 20-21.

WILLIAMS, Elaine (2000). 'Shortfurrows.' Bull Bourne Soc, 181, 8-10.

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALEXANDER, K.N.A. (2000). A relict population of Armadillidium pulchellum (Zencker)(Isopoda: Armadillidiidae) in the heathlands of south-east England. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), page 133 [Hampshire / West Sussex]

ALLEN, D.E. (2000). Further British species of Rubus L. (Rosaceae) in north-west France. Watsonia, 23(2), 346-347.

ALLEN, D.E. (2000). Rubus angusticuspis Sudre (Rosaceae) in Scilly. Watsonia, 23(2), 347-348.

BLUNT, A.G., and M.E. BLUNT (2000). Corynephorus canescens (L.) P. Beauv. (Poaceae) at Kinver Edge, Staffordshire: a re-assessment. Watsonia, 23(2), 335-338.

BOX, J.D. (2000). Mistletoe Viscum album L. (Loranthaceae) on oaks in Britain. Watsonia, 23(2), 237-256,

BREDE, E.G., R.S. THORPE, J.W. ARNTZEN and T.E.S. LANGTON (2000). A morphometric study of a hybrid newt population (Triturus cristatus / T. carnifex): Beam Brook Nurseries, Surrey, UK. Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(4), 685-695.

BRIGGS, Mary (2000). Presidential address, 1999. The study of a local flora. An appreciation of the wild plants of the British Isles. Watsonia, 23(2), 231-235.

CHATFIELD, June (2000). Field visits on the Tree Course. Gaz South London Botan Soc, August 2000, 3 - 4 [Peabody (Knight's) Hill, Dulwich Upper Wood, and Ashtead Common]

COBBOLD, Jean (2000). Garden notes. Gaz South London Botan Soc, August 2000, page 7.

COLEMAN, D.A. (2000). The status and ecology of the Hornet Moth, Sesia apiformis (Clerck)(Lepidoptera: sesiidae), in suburban south London. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 99-106 [London Boroughs of Merton and Sutton]

DAVISON, Angus (2000). An east-west distribution of divergent mitochondrial haplotypes in British populations of the land snail, Cepaea nemoralis (Pulmonata.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(4), 697-706.

DINES, T.D. and C.D. PRESTON (2000). Eleocharis parvula discovered in Scotland. Watsonia, 23(2), 341-342.

DIXON, Nick (2000). A new era for peregrines - buildings, bridges and pylons as nest sites. BTO News, 229, 10-11.

FOLEY, M.J.Y. and M.S. PORTER (2000). Carex muricata L. subsp. muricata (Cyperaceae) - a review of its present status in Britain. Watsonia, 23(2), 279-286.

FOLEY, M.J.Y. (2000). Dactylorhiza incarnata (L.) Soó subsp. ochroleuca (Wüstnei ex Boll) P.F. Hunt and Summerh. (Orchidaceae): a comparison of British and European plants. Watsonia, 23(2), 299-303.

FOLEY, M.J.Y. (2000). A morphological comparison between some British Orobanche species (Orobanchaceae) and their closely-related non-British counterparts from continental Europe: Orobanche reticulata Wallr. s.l. Watsonia, 23(2), 257-267.

HALLGRÍMSSON, Benedikt and Virginia MAIORANA (2000). Variability and size in mammals and birds. Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(4), 571-595.

HANDLEY, R.J. and A.J. DAVY (2000). Discovery of male plants of Najas marina L. (Hydrocharitaceae) in Britain. Watsonia, 23(2), 331-334.

JONES, Richard A. (2000). Chalkhill blue and small copper butterflies feeding on dung. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 134-135.

JONES, Richard A. (2000). A pain in the anal appendages. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), page 98 [Mites carried by fly]

JONSELL, B., I. NORDAL and F.J. ROBERTS (2000). Viola rupestris and its hybrids in Britain. Watsonia, 23(2), 269-278.

MEIKLE, R.D. and N.A. ROBINSON (2000). A new record for Salix x angusensis (Salicaceae) Rech. From Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve, S. Lancs. V.c. 59. Watsonia, 23(2), 327-330.

OREDSSON, A. (2000). Choice of surveyor is vital to the reliability of floristic change studies. Watsonia, 23(2), 287-291.

OSTOJÁ-STARZEWSKI, J.C. (2000). Schizotetranychus celarius (Banks)(Acari: Prostigmata) a mite pest of bamboo; first records for Britain and two new host records. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 95-97 [Recorded in a Surrey garden]

PIGOTT, C.D. (2000). A probably native and regenerating population of Tilia platyphyllos Scop. In Bedfordshire. Watsonia, 23(2), 344-345.

RAIJMANN, Léon E.L., and Steph B.J. MENKEN (2000). Temporal variation in the genetic structure of host-associated populations of the small ermine moth Yponomeuta padellus (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(4), 555-570.

RANDALL, R.D. and T.C.G. RICH (2000). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Rubus trelleckensis (Rosaceae), Trelleck bramble. Watsonia, 23(2), 317-322.

RICH, T.C.G. (2000). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Hieracium cambricum (Asteraceae), Welsh hawkweed. Watsonia, 23(2), 305-310.

RICH, T.C.G. and L. HOUSTON (2000). Conservation of Britain's biodiversity: Hieracium tavense (Asteraceae), Black Mountain hawkweed. Watsonia, 23(2), 311-316.

RICH, T.C.G. (2000). A reanalysis of the mistletoe (Viscum album L.; Loranthaceae) survey data from the 1970s and 1990s. Watsonia, 23(2), 338-339.

RICH, T.C.G. and C. SYDES (2000). Recording and the declines of the nationally scarce plants Ajuga pyramidalis L. and Melampyrum sylvaticum L. Watsonia, 23(2), 293-297.

RICH, T.C.G. and N. BROWN (2000). Suaeda vera Forssk. Ex J.F. Gmel. (Chenopodiaceae), shrubby sea-blite, present in Anglesey (v.c. 52), Wales. Watsonia, 23(2), 343-344,

RICH, T.C.G. R.A. JONES and M. JEBB (2000). Three new British sites for Carex depauperata With. (Cyperaceae) represented in the Irish National Herbarium, Glasnevin. Watsonia, 23(2), 340-341.

SALMON, Michael A. and Jason W. CHAPMAN (2000). On the history and distribution of Athysanus argentarius Metcalfe (Hem.: Cicadellidae) in Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 91-93.

SLOGGETT, John J. and Michael E.N. MAJERUS (2000). Myrrha octodecimguttata (L.)(Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), a newly recorded host of Dinocampus coccinellae (Schrank)(Hymenoptera: Braconidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 23(2), page 126 [Esher]

STUBBS, Alan E. (2000). An update on the British hoverfly list. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 127-133,

USHER, M.B. (2000). The nativeness and non-nativeness of species. Watsonia, 23(2), 323-326.

VANHINSBERGH, Des (2000). The ubiquitous meadow pipit: a useful indicator of habitat change? BTO News, 229, 12-13.

VERMEIJ, Geerat J. and Robert DUDLEY (2000). Why are there so few evolutionary transitions between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems? Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(4), 541-554.

WILLIAMS, Paul (2000). Some properties of rarity scores used in site quality assessment. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 13(2), 73-86. [Bumble bees]

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