Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey May 2002
 
Number 67 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)

ANON (2002). Vindolanda. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), 436-445.

CARTER, Stephen, and Fraser HUNTER (2002). The Newbridge chariot. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), 413-415 [Midlothian]

DOBIE, Judith (2002). Update on Silbury Hill. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), page 408.

HARDY, Alan, and David PETTS (2002). Lake End, Dorney. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), 427-431.

HILL, J.D. (2002). Wetwang chariot burial. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), 410-412 [Yorkshire]

MAY, Jeffrey, and Peter MEDDELL (2002). Bantham: a Dark Age puzzle. Curr Archaeol 15(10)(178), 420-422 [Devon]

WARD, Alan (2002). The Roman invasion (Part two.) Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 52, 5-8.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

BAIN, Sandi (2002). School greenspaces. Wild London, Summer 2002, page 14.

BYFORD, Hugh (2002). Historic drinking fountain at risk: a cautionary tale. Norwood Rev 157, 5-7 [Bottom of South Norwood Hill]

CROYDON LABOUR PARTY (2002). Working for a smarter, safer Croydon. Croydon Labour Party's manifesto for 2002. A summary. CLP: 8pp

GUEST, Pete (2002). Totteridge Fields. Wild London, Summer 2002, page 16.

GODDARD, Philip (2002). The future of Sir Ranulph Bacon House. Norwood Rev 157, 18-19.

GODDARD, Philip (2002). The Norwood Society's exhibition 'Churches in Norwood' held in St. John's Church on 20th and 21st October 2001. Norwood Rev 157, page 8.

NATIONAL TRUST (2001). Wildlife and buildings: technical advice for architects, builders, building managers and others. National Trust: (iv) + 77pp.

PARKER, Chris (2002). A natural partnership for Surrey. Surrey Nature Line 121, 2-3 [Surrey County Council / Surrey Wildlife Trust]

SCHOFIELD, Jenny (2002). London's farmland. Wild London, Summer 2002, 10-13.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

EDMONDS, Richard, Sally KING, Tim BADMAN, and Denys BRUNSDON (2002). The Jurassic coast - 185 million years in 95 miles of coast. Geoscientist 12(4), 4-7 [Devon / Dorset]

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LOCAL HISTORY

BEBBINGTON, John (2002). From the beginning … Surrey Nature Line 121, page 8 [Early days of Surrey Wildlife Trust / Juniper Hall Field Centre]

BLAKER, George B. (2002). Obituary by Mervyn Newman. Surrey Nature Line 121, 16-17.

CAIRNS, E. (2002). The monastic ideal. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 52, 16-17.

CARR, Robert (2002). Croydon gasworks locomotive to become 'mainline'. Newsl Greater London Ind Archaeol Soc 199, page 9 [Ex-Croydon gasworks Sentinel locomotive Joyce (built 1927) to be rebuilt to replicate one of two similar Sentinel locomotives used by the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway in the Radstock area]

COX, Ronald C.W. (2002). Ron Cox remembers … Cheap meat, cheap culture, and an Aladdin's cave. Beckenham Historian 349, page 6 [West Wickham shops]

ELTON, Ann R. (2002). A note on the village of Seal. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 52, page 15 [Near Sevenoaks]

PITT, Bill (2002). The growth of church building in Norwood during the 19th century. Norwood Rev 157, 9-12.

SHAW, Muriel E. (2002). Herbert Shaw (1912 - 2002). Beckenham Historian 349, page 8.

WESENCRAFT, Alan (2002). Early transport in the Norwood area. Norwood Rev 157, 13-17.

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MUSEUMS

BESTERMAN, Tristram P (2001). Frontiers to science: free trade and museum ethics. Geol Curator 7(6), 199-209.

CROSS, Tony (2001). Gallery review. Dinosaur Isle pulls 'em in! Dinosaur Isle, Sandown, Isle of Wight, England. Geol Curator 7(6), 231-232.

DAVIES, Maurice (2001). Phoney stones. Geol Curator 7(6), 229-230.

LARSON, Neal L. (2001). Fossils for sale: is it good for science? Geol Curator 7(6), 219-222.

LARWOOD, Jonathan G. (2001). Commercial fossil trade: good or bad for Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Geol Curator 7(6), 223-227.

MARTILL, David (2001). The trade in Brazil fossils: one palaeontologist's perspective. Geol Curator 7(6), 211-218.

NUDDS, John (2001). Ethics, science and the trade: let's get together. Geol Curator 7(6), 191-198.

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NATURAL HISTORY

EMMET, Arthur Maitland [1908 - 2001] and John R. Langmaid (2002). The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Volume 4, part 1. Oecophoridae - Scythrididae (excluding Gelechiidae.) Colchester: Harley Books: 326pp + 7 plates [ISBN 0-946589-66-6]

EMMET, Arthur Maitland [1908 - 2001] and John R. Langmaid (2002). The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Volume 4, part 2. Gelechiidae. Colchester: Harley Books: 277pp + 6 plates [ISBN 0-946589-67-4]

GOLDTHORPE, Mark (2002). Weather wise. Surrey Nature Line 121, 6-7 [South East Climate Change Partnership]

PONTIN, John, and Frank S. DOBSON (2002). Partnerships in nature. Surrey Nature Line 121, 4-5 [Ants and aphids, blue butterflies, and lichens]

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