Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey August 2002
 
Number 72 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)

ASHBEE, Paul (2002). The Ringlemere gold cup and its affinities. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, 4-5.

BISHOP, Barry (2002). Late Prehistoric and Roman Brentford: evolution of an agricultural landscape. London Archaeologist, 10(1), 7-12,

BROOMFIELD, Sheila (2002). Women in Anglo-Saxon and medieval society. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, page 13.

CALLAM, David (2002). 'Warrior' Lorraine is fighting for Saxon history in schools. Croydon Advertiser, 19 July 2002, page 15 [Lorraine Evans]

CHENERY, Carolyn, and Jane EVANS (2002). Oral history: .. the science behind analysing ancient teeth to find out where our ancestors came from. Planet Earth, Summer 2002, 16-17.

DENSEM, Robin, and Nigel JEFFRIES (2002). A post-medieval shipyard and shipwrights' cottages at Deptford: some observations on pottery and material culture. London Archaeologist, 10(1), 20-27.

ENGLISH, Judie (2002). Two possible medieval bloomery sites in Alfold, Surrey. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 5-9.

GROVES, Jan, and Julie LOVELL (2002). Excavations within and close to the Late Bronze Age enclosure at the former Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton, 1999. London Archaeologist, 10(1), 13-19.

HODGKINSON, Jeremy S. (2002). Field notes. Wealden Iron, 2nd series, 22, 2-5 [A bloomery in Beckley, East Sussex; a bloomery in Brightling, East Sussex; two bloomeries in Burwash, East Sussex; a bloomery in Kirdford, West Sussex; four bloomeries in Hartfield, East Sussex; a Romano-British ore-roasting pit in Beckley, East Sussex]

HODGKINSON, Jeremy S. (2002). More additions to the catalogue of early Wealden iron graveslabs. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 22-23.

HOLLOBONE, Tom (2002). The writing up and publication of past archaeological excavations and fieldwork in Kent. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, page 14.

MARTIN, Ron (2002). Recent surveys. Cocking limekilns. Bignor limekiln. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc, 115, page 17.

PARFITT, Keith (2002). Kent's gold cup. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, page 1.

PHILP, Brian (2002). Archaeology in the front line: 50 years of Kent Rescue 1952 - 2002, Discovery - excavation - publication - preservation - presentation - education. Dover: Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit: viii + 250pp [ISBN 0-947831-20-7][Includes sites at Hayes, Keston, and Orpington]

PHILP, Brian (2002). Brian Philp - Director, Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, page 16.

SMITH, Terence Paul (2002). Fire dragons in Bishopsgate, City of London. Br Brick Soc Information, 88, 5-6.

SMITH, Victor T.C. (2001). Front-line Kent: defence against invasion from 1400 to the Cold War. Maidstone: Kent County Council: 112pp [ISBN 1-901509-64-8]

TELFER, Alison (2002). Locating the first Knights Templar church. London Archaeologist, 10(1), 3-6.

WILMOT, Tony (2002). Richborough: results from survey and excavation, 2001. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, 12-13.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2002). A Code of Conduct for collecting insects and other invertebrates. Invertebrate Link (Joint Committee for the Conservation of British Invertebrates.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 1-7.

BOWLER, Ian (2002). Developing sustainable agriculture. Geography, 87(3), 205-212.

BRIGGS, Patty (2002). Bats lose out in a barn storm. Bat News, 64, 4-5 [Conversion of barns for residential use]

BUCKINGHAM-HATFIELD, Susan (2002). Gender equality: a prerequisite for sustainable development. Geography, 87(3), 227-233.

CORPORATION OF LONDON (2002). West Wickham and Coulsdon Commons: consultation document 2002 - 2005. Corporation of London: 19pp

GASTON, Kevin (2002). Secrets of the garden. Planet Earth, Summer 2002, 22-23 [Investigations in Sheffield into wildlife in gardens]

ILLINGWORTH, Anthony, and Robin HOGAN (2002). Clouds: do they obscure the forecast? Planet Earth, Summer 2002, 12-13.

JOHNSON, May (2002). Chairman's notes. Croydon Focus, 82, 4-6.

McGRANAHAN, Gordon, and David SATTERTHWAITE (2002). The environmental dimensions of sustainable development for cities. Geography, 87(3), 213-226.

MYERS, Geoffrey (2002). Talks report: a visit to Norwood Grove. Croydon Focus, 82, 11-13.

O'HARE, Greg (2002). Climate change and the temple of sustainable development. Geography, 87(3), 234-246.

PARISH, George (2002). The lost City of Croydon. Croydon Focus, 82, 13-15.

REDCLIFT, Michael (2002). Pathways to sustainability. Geography, 87(3), 189-196.

REID, Alan, William SCOTT, and Stephen GOUGH (2002). Education and sustainable development in the UK. An exploration of progress since Rio. Geography, 87(3), 247-255.

RIDGWELL, Andy (2002). A dirty planet is a happy planet: everyone is trying to find ways to lock up the greenhouse gas Carbon dioxide. One answer .. could be blowing in the wind. Planet Earth, Summer 2002, 6-7 [Airborn dust]

ROBINSON, Guy M. (2002). Guest editorial: sustainable development - from Rio to Johannesburg. Geography, 87(3), 185-188.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

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LOCAL HISTORY

BLACKWELL, John (2002). Sussex main lines - a year 2002 survey. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 115, 5-6 and 15.

BLYTHMAN, Guy (2002). Lost windmills of Sussex. White Mill, Westfield. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 10-11.

BRACHER, Pat (2002). Henry Turner, brickmaker master 1804 - 1872: valuations for The Broyle Brickyard, Ringmer and Pound Land Brickyard, Laughton. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 2-7.

BROADWAY, Michael J. (2002). The British slaughtering industry: a dying business?. Geography, 87(3), 268-280.

COMBES, Pam, and Christopher WHITTICK (2002). Iron Plat, Queenstock hammer-pond, and a 15th-century ironworking site at Buxted. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 10-18.

CUNNINGHAM, John (2002). Addington and Waddon steam engines - update. Croydon Focus, 82, page 15.

DALTON, Anne (2002). The Penkherst family of ironmasters. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 23-26.

HODGKINSON, Jeremy S. (2002). Factors of production in mid-18th century Wealden iron smelting. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 36-56.

HOLTHAM, Peter (2002). Tamplins, Brewers of Brighton. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 24-29.

JONES, Robin (2002). Brighton Tramways. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 115, 3-4.

JONES, Robin (2002). Horam Manor Historic Ironworking Centre. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 115, page 4.

JONES, Robin (2002). National Mills Weekend in Sussex. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 8-9.

JONES, Robin (2002). News from Sussex mills. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, page 14.

KENNETT, David H. (2002). Brick and its uses in the twentieth century: an overview 3. Britain, 1919 - 1939: brick and economic regeneration. Br Brick Soc Information, 88, 7-21.

KING, P.W. (2002). Bar iron production in the Weald in the early 18th century. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 26-35.

LAWRENCE, Philip (2002). The Lollards - first English challenge to orthodoxy. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 53, 10-11.

LONGLEY, Charles J., and Peter LONGLEY (2002). Crawley and District Water Company. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 8-23.

MARTIN, Ron (2002). The former pug mill at the rear of Stockwell Court, London Road, Burgess Hill. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 39-40.

MARTIN, Ron (2002). Ifield steam mill, off Rusper Road, Ifield, Crawley. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 30-38.

MARTIN, Ron (2002). Visit to Suggs Lighting and the Beehive Terminal at Gatwick. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 18-19.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Christopher Charles Fagg (1883 - 1965). Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey 74: 11pp

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Croydon's designs on Kent's water, 1934 - 35. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 128, 12-14.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Herbert Thomas Shaw 1912 - 2002. Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey, 71: 5pp

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Riddlesdown - archaeology and history I - the railways and Riddlesdown. CNHSS Site File, 4: 5 + 5pp

WHITTICK, Christopher (2002). Re-dating an early document. Wealden Iron, 2nd Series, 22, 18-21.

YATES, Michael (2002). Wind and water mill postcards - Part 3. Ockford Mill. Sussex Ind Hist, 32, 12-13.

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MUSEUMS

No items in this issue

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALEXANDER, Keith N.A. (2002). Forthampton Oaks, Gloucestershire: a site of major importance for saproxylic invertebrates. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 63-64.

ALFREY, Peter R. (2002). Raptor migration at Beddington Farm. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 28-32.

ANON (2002). Counting crane's-bills: a survey of three of Britain's wild geraniums. Plantlife: leaflet + survey form.

ANON (2002). Sixty years of Beddington birding. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, page 41 [Selected records 1940 - 1960].

BLACKER, N.C., and C.A. COLLINGWOOD (2002). Some significant new records of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from the Salisbury area, south Wiltshire, England, with a key to the British species of Lasius. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 25-46.

BOSANQUET, Richard P. (2002). The Beddington List - towards 250! Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, page 27.

COLEMAN, Derek A., et al. (2002). Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14 [for] 2000. Beddington Farm Bird Group: [ii] + 55pp

COLEMAN, Derek A. (2002). Beddington Sewage Farm breeding bird survey 2000. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 42-45.

COLEMAN, Derek A. (2002). Report on other wildlife at Beddington in 2000. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, page 55 [Bats / weasel / butterflies / moths / dragonflies]

DRAKE, C.M. (2002). Some wetland diptera of a disused brick-pit. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 9-23.

ENFIELD, Mike (2002). Rare butterflies in Surrey and south London. Corporation of London West Wickham & Coulsdon Commons Newsl, 45, page 7.

FRANCIS, Bob (2002). Report of a field trip to Saint John's Church, West Wickham, Kent. 13th April 2002. South London Botan Inst Gaz, June 2002, page 15 [Lichen records]

JENNINGS, Malcolm (2002). Cecidostiba fungosa (Geoffroy)(Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae.) A new association with the agamic generation of Andricus quercuscalicis (Burgsdorf)(Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) in Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 23-24.

MILNE, Brian S., Ken C. OSBORNE, and Derek A. COLEMAN (2002). Yellow wagtails at Beddington Farm. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 33-40.

NETHERWOOD, Mike J., and Mick COOK (2002). Ringing report - 2000. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 48-50.

NETHERWOOD, Mike J., Mick COOK, and Derek A. COLEMAN (2002). The tree sparrow nestbox project at Beddington Farmlands 2000. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 46-47.

PEARSON, A.M. (2002). Focus on the months of March and April. Beddington Farmlands Bird Report, 14, 51-54.

PHILP, Eric G. (2002). The 2000 Presidential Address - Part 2: some aspects of the study of the Coleoptera of Kent. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 15(1), 47-63 [Includes distribution maps for 16 species]

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