Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey February 2002
 
Number 64 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)

ALL-PARTY PARLIAMENTARY ARCHAEOLOGY GROUP (2002). All-Party Parliamentary Archaeology Group. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, page 148.

ANON (2002). A new concept in mapping. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, page 147.

ANON (2002). Spot it and jot it: 2. Telephone boxes. Newsl GLIAS, 198, 5-6.

ANON (2002). Woad, tattoing and the archaeology of rebellion. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 51, page 3.

BARBER, Bruno, John GIORGI and Roy STEPHENSON (2001). 'Saving the Globe?': Part I, archaeological excavation occasioned by the redevelopment of the Anchor Terrace car park, Park Street, SE1. London Archaeologist, 9(11), 300-308.

BENNETT, Bob (2002). Nutley windmill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 8-9.

BIRD, David (2002). The possible 'Roman Camp' at Westcott. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 355, page 4.

BLYTHEMAN, Guy (2002). Lost windmills of Sussex. Barcombe post mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 11-12.

BRADLEY, Pippa (2001). Museum of London specialist services. London Archaeologist, 9(11), 315-317.

CONNOLLY, Peter, and Mark HASSALL (2002). Peter Connolly's world of ancient Rome. Curr Archaeol, 15(9)(177), 374-381.

COX, Don (2002). Earnley mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 9-10.

CROCKETT, Andrew (2001). The archaeological landscape of Imperial College Sports ground. Part I, prehistoric. London Archaeologist, 9(11), 295-299 [Harlington]

De la BEDOYÉRÈ, Guy (2002). Ancient Roman fossil hunters? Curr Archaeol, 15(9)(177), page 392.

FIRTH, Bill (2002). Letter boxes. Newsl GLIAS, 198, 4-5.

FULFORD, Mike, and Amanda CLARKE (2002). Silchester: a crowded late Roman city. Curr Archaeol, 15(9)(177), 364-371.

HARP, Peter (2002). Lithic Tool Research Group. Recent work at Rookery Farm, Lower Kingswood. Renaming the Research Group. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 355, page 7.

HARP, Peter (2002). PLATEAU (The North Downs Archaeological Research Group): another busy year. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 355, page 6.

HOLBROOK, Neil, Martin WATTS and Cliff BATEMAN (2002). New discoveries in the Cotswolds. Curr Archaeol, 15(9)(177), 393-398.

JONES, Robin (2002). The Historic Ironworking Centre at Horam Manor. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, page 5.

JONES, Robin (2002). Jill windmill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, page 8.

JONES, Robin (2002). Polegate windmill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 7-8.

MARTIN, Ron (2002). Brick sizes. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 4-5.

NUSSBAUM, Liz (2002). Augustine and the conversion. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 51, 8-9.

PARFITT, Keith (2002). Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Nonnington. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, 154-157.

PHILLIPS, John (2002). Excavations at Carew Manor. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 355, 3-4 [Remains of 18th C or earlier grotto reported]

PHILP, Brian (2002). An Iron Age farmstead site at Darenth. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, 142-146.

RANDALL, Sally, Frank MEDDENS, Douglas KILLOCK, and Ken SABEL (2001). A post-medieval house at the Old Kingston Bridge. London Archaeologist, 9(11), 309-314.

ROBERTSON, Jane (2002). A round barrow discovered at Thorpe. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 355, 1-3.

STOKER, Ben (2002). CKA Conference, Canterbury, November 2001. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, page 141.

YATES, Michael (2002). Wind and watermill postcards - Part 2, Staplecross Mill. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 12-14.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2002). Bringing bogs to the public. English Nature Mag, January 2002, page 5.

ANON (2002). A 'broad' management programme. English Nature Mag, January 2002, page 8-9.

ANON (2002). Species recovery programme celebrates a decade. English Nature Mag, January 2002, page 2.

ANON (2002). The Valletta Convention. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, 149-150.

BROWN, Paul (2002). The erosion of geography. Geography, 87(1), 84-85.

BURDEN, Richard, Robert WATTS, and Bryan BROWN (2002). The management of natural beauty: challenges on Cranborne Chase. Geography, 87(1), 49b-63.

HAMMOND, John (2002). The world's oldest iron-framed building in danger. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 51, 1-2 [Sheerness Dockyard boat store]

HUCKLE, John (2002). Reconstructing nature: towards a geographical education for sustainable development. Geography, 87(1), 64-72.

MOORE, N.W. (edr.), 1966, Pesticides in the environment and their effects on wildlife. The Proceedings of an Advanced Study Institute sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Monks Wood Experimental Station, England, 1 - 14 July 1965. J. Applied Ecol, 3 (Supplement): xii + 311pp

STEVENSON, Eileen (2001). Littleheath Woods. Selsdon Gaz, 55(613), page 9.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BLAND, Benjamin H., Jordi M. de GIBERT, and Roland GOLDRING (2001). A fossil whodunnit., Geol Today, 17(6), 229-230 [Trace fossils (? Echinoderm burrows) in Miocene sandstone cladding at Brent Cross - comparisons with Upper Chalk Micraster]

DUBBIN, William (2001). Soils - past and present. Geol Today, 17(6), 225-228.

SURREY RIGS GROUP, ? 2002, Newlands Corner - Albury geology trail: the rocks and soil; the nature; the history. Surrey RIGS Group: 23pp.

WILSON, Doris I. (2002). Derivation of the chalk superficial deposits of the North Downs, England: an application of discriminant analysis. Geomorphology, 42, 343-364.

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2002). East Surrey Museum: 60 years of May Queens. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, page 8.

ANON (2002). Epilogue - Well Farm. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 31-32 [Whyteleafe]

ANON (2001). Faversham bricks. Ind Heritage, 27(4), 20-23.

ANON (2002). From hidden depths to Charles Dickens … A sublime experience in Holborn! Beckenham Historian, 346, page 3 [Visit to Kingsway tram tunnel]

BLACKWELL, John (2002). Sussex branch lines - a year 2000 survey 7. Two branches and a siding. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 15-17 [The Dyke branch / The Kemp Town branch / The Crumbles siding]

BLACKWELL, John (2002). Some notable Brighton transport centenaries. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, page 18 [Volks' Electric Railway extension / Brighton Corporation trams]

BLACKWELL, John (2002). Visit to Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 113, 18-19.

BRADSHAW, Jim (2002). Jim Bradshaw 1919 - 2001. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, page 148.

BRULEY, Sue (edr) (2001). Working for victory: a diary of life in a Second World War factory. Sutton Publishing / Imperial War Museum: xxv + 226pp + 8pp plates [ISBN 0-7509-2516-7][Diary of Kathleen Church-Bliss and Elsie Whiteman who worked as centre lathe turners at Morrisons factory, Croydon, 1942 - 45]

BULL, John, 1999, Waste not, want not! How the Croydon Tramlink project is helping the Swanage Railway. Swanage Railway News, Spring 1999, 17-19 [Relocation of a footbridge and other redundant railway structures and fittings on the Tramlink route to the preserved railway in Dorset]

CARR, Bob (2002). The Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) Newsl GLIAS, 198, page 9 [Stratford - St. Pancras section]

CARR, Bob (2002). King's Cross - St. Pancras devastation. Newsl GLIAS, 198, 8-9.

CLOW, Don (2002). Rubber roads in London. Newsl GLIAS, 198, 6-7 [Rubber sheet or block surfaces]

COVENTRY, Brian (2002). Coulsdon schools. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, page 16.

COX, Ronald C.W. (2002). Ron Cox remembers … down to earth. Beckenham Historian, 346, page 2 [West Wickham in the 1930s]

CROCKER, Glenys (2001). An illegal enterprise in Surrey in the seventeenth century: Thomas Steere's wireworks at Chilworth. Ind Heritage, 27(4), 2-6.

CULLINGHAM, J.D.H. (2002). Memories of Coulsdon Common Camp. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 15-16 [Joint Services School of Language (training servicemen in Russian) 1952 - 1954]

FIRTH, Bill (2002). The birthplace of civil aviation. Newsl GLIAS, 198, 10-11 [Croydon Airport's claim]

FOOKES, Gwyneth (2002). Mushrooms and toadstools in local history. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 9-10.

FRITH, Ted (2002). [History of Selsdon] Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 5-6.

GADSBY, Joy (2002). Sanderstead Local History Group. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, page 7.

GREEN, A.H.J. (2001). Hunston canal bridge: Hundred of Manhood & Selsey Tramway. Sussex Ind Hist, 31, 24-27.

HERBERT, Ray (2002). Secret wartime wireless station at Woldingham. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 23-24 [Secret Intelligence Service]

HUGHES, David (2002). How Sheerness nearly became Clarence Port. Kent Archaeol Rev, 147, 151-153 (Repr. from Newsl Chatham Dockyard Hist Soc, March 2001]

JONES, May Beatrice (née Hewitt) - Caterhamian. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 21-22 [By Muriel Neave]

KNOWLDEN, Patricia (2002). Wearing the trousers. Beckenham Historian, 346, page 9.

LONGLEY, Norman (2001). Longley's perfected wood block flooring. Sussex Ind Hist, 31, 9-21.

LONGSTAFF-TYRRELL, Peter (2001). The private press movement in Sussex. Sussex Ind Hist, 31, 22-23.

MARTIN, Ron (2001). King's Standing, Crowborough. Sussex Ind Hist, 31, 28-44.

OAKELEY, Henry (2002). John Lindley (1799 - 1865): a view from our President … Gaz South London Bot Inst, January 2002, page 1.

MOSS, G.P. (2002). Great Doods. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 71, 5-7 [Reigate]

REDFERN, John (2001). Chimney cowls, with particular reference to Brighton. Sussex Ind Hist, 31, 2-8.

SAICH, Beryl (2002). A message from New Zealand. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 13-14 [? War Coppice - botanical records]

SAMSON, Tom (2002). The first Croydon Airport 1915/1928. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 6-7.

SANDFORD, Paul (2002). Pub History Group. Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 11-12 [Report of visit to The Bull at Chelsham]

SARGEANT, Millie E.M. (2002). Millie E.M. Sargeant (née Smith.) Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 17-19 [Memories of Caterham etc]

SKINNER, Norman W.T. (2002). Where are we now? Bull Bourne Soc, 187, 19-21 [Road names in and around Caterham]

SMITH, Denis (2001). Civil engineering heritage: London and the Thames Valley. Thomas Telford Ltd / Institution of Civil Engineers: viii + 331pp [ISBN 0-7277-2876-8]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Surrey quarries in 1925. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 71, 4-5 [Entries for Nutfield, Merstham, Redhill, and Reigate extracted from official list]

TASSERA, Jill (2002). Lowe Brothers, Godstone Road, Whyteleafe. Bull. Bourne Soc. 187, 25-27 [Shop belonging to Harold John Lowe et al.]

VAUGHAN, Jack (2001). The tramshed and the Arsenal. Ind Heritage, 27(4), page 40.

WEBBER, Maggie (2002). A mill, a museum - and (ample) moisture. Beckenham Historian, 346, page 7 [Bromley by Bow: Three Mills]

WEBBER, Maggie (2002). The Ragged School Museum. Beckenham Historian, 346, page 8.

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

AAGAARD, Kaare, Kjetil HINDAR, Andrew S. PULLIN, Christina H. JAMES, Olle HAMMATSTEDT, Torveig BALSTAD, and Oddvar HANSSEN (2002). Phylogenetic relationships on brown argus butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Aricia) from north-west Europe. Biol J Linnean Soc, 75(1), 27-37.

BAKER, Helen (2002). House sparrow monitoring. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 170, page 14.

BAKER, Helen (2002). Mute swan survey: help needed. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 170, page 15.

BALTANAS, Angel, Paloma ALCORLO, and Dan L. DANIELOPO (2002). Morphological disparity in populations with and without sexual reproduction: a case study in Eucypris virens (Crustacea: Ostracoda.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 75(1), 9-19.

BISHOP, Bill (2002). Development plan for a Greater London Biological Records Centre. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 170, page 7.

BLANEY, Cindy (2002). Highgate Wood bat update: 2001 / 2002. London Bat Group Natterer's News, 48, page 2.

BLATCHLEY, Ishpi (2002). Bexley and Bromley winter hibernation sites. London Bat Group Natterer's News, 48, 4-5 [KURG assistance with rubbish removal from deneholes and chalk mines]

BRIGGS, Mary (edr) (2002). Botanical Society of the British Isles Yearbook 2002. BSBI: 50pp

CRAWLEY, Mark (2002). Naming daffodils. BSBI News, 89, 26-31.

CROSSKEY, R.W. (2002). On the nominal species of blackfly fossils from the Baltic amber (Diptera: Simuliidae.) Entomol Gaz, 53(1), 37-50.

DEANS, Michael T. (2002). Ring-necked parakeets. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 170, 13-14.

EDMONDSON, John (2002). BSBI Conference: Local floras, past, present and future. BSBI News, 89, page 5.

GUICHARD, K.M. (2002). Passaloecus turionum Dahlbom, 1845 (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) new to the British list. Entomol Gaz, 53(1), 33-36 [Surrey: Horsell Common / Chobham]

HARRIS, Philip (2002). Ferns 2: … growing ferns from spores. Gaz South London Bot Inst, January 2002, 2-7.

MABBOTT, Paul (2002). London Ladybird Survey. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 170, page 12.

MUNDELL, Tony (2002). Trees that don't know about winter. BSBI News, 89, page 20.

MUNDELL, Tony (2002). What colour is a cranberry? BSBI News, 89, 17-18.

OLIVER, Jack (2002). Three cotyledons and 3-whorled leaf arrangement in a young field maple, Acer campestre. BSBI News, 89, page 21.

OWEN, John A. (2002). Studies on the larval biology of Cryptocephalus coryli (Linnaeus)(Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae.) Entomol Gaz, 53(1), 57-68.

PEARMAN, David (2002). Atlas 2000 update. BSBI News, 89, page 3.

PHILP, Eric (2002). Conyza bilbaoana in Kent. BSBI News, 89, page 22.

PRYCE, Richard (2002). Confidentiality of records. BSBI News, 89, page 4.

SELBY, Pete J. (2002). The habitat of Mentha pulegium, based on observations made in the New Forest, Autumn 2001. BSBI News, 89, 18-19.

TARPEY, Terri (2002). Ophrys apifera var. Belgarum Ettlinger and Chrysanthemum segetum in Essex. BSBI News, 89, page 20.

TILLEY, R.J.D., and J.N. ELIOT (2002). The green colour on the underside of the wings of the butterfly Tomares ballus (Fabricius, 1787)(Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae.) Entomol Gaz, 53(1), 21-23.

WELLER, Andrew (2002). Tree roosts in woodland - a 'needle in a haystack' scenario? London Bat Group Natterer's News, 48, 5-6 [Lesnes Abbey Woods]

WESTON, Irene, and Eric J. CLEMENT (2002). Euphorbia maculata in v.c. 53 (S. Lincs.) and v.c. 11 (S. Hants.) BSBI News, 89, page 32.

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