Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey September 2002
 
Number 76 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)

ALLEN, Tim (2002). The forgotten chemical revolution. Br Archaeol 66, 14-19 [Kent: copperas]

ANON (2002). The Aggregates Levy. Curr Archaeol 15(12)(180), page 507 [New funds available to English Heritage from the Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund]

ANON (2002). The excavation of a Lower Palaeolithic butchery site at Lower Kingswood. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 1-3.

ANON (2002). First Roman building discovered in Carshalton. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 3-4.

ANON (2002). Stonehenge: new access proposals. Br Archaeol 66, page 44 [Wiltshire]

BIRD, David (2002). Chiddingfold Roman villa. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, page 4.

BLAIR, Ian (2002). Roman London's waterworks: the Gresham Street discoveries. Curr Archaeol 15(12)(180), 509-516 [Evidence for wells, a bucket-and-chain water raising mechanism, cisterns, and a bath house]

BUNTON, Vanessa (2002). Community Archaeologist post: support for local societies within the Greater London area. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, page 15.

CRUMP, R.W. (2002). Excavation at Great Burwood Farm. Sanctuary 31, page 27 [Essex]

CRUMP, R.W. (2002). Roman cinerary urn. Sanctuary 31, page 17 [Essex]

CURRIE, C.K. (2002). Work undertaken in 2001 [Banstead and Walton Heaths; Cheverells Farm, Titsey; Noke Farm, Chipstead; Puttenham Common; St. Catherine Lock, Godalming navigation; Chobham Common: an assessment of its potential as Area of Special Historic Landscape Value (ASHLV); the Longcross Barrow: a plea for information. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 5-9.

DAWSON, Peter (2002). Greater Thames Estuary Archaeological Steering Committee. Kent Archaeol Rev 149, 201-203.

DENISON, Simon (2002). Roman mosaic found inches below ploughsoil. Br Archaeol 66, 4-5 [Ilminster (Somerset)]

FARRER, Hugh (2002). Well & private Victorian reservoir at Maidstone. News of the Weald 46, 5-7.

GRAHAM, Audrey, and David GRAHAM (2002). Mother Ludlam's Cave, Farnham. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 15-16.

HAMEROW, Helena (2002). Hamwic. Br Archaeol 66, 20-24 [Southampton (Hampshire)]

KING, Carole (2002). Yet more about heraldic beasts: wood or stone? Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 17-18 [Nonsuch Palace]

LAMBRICK, George (2002). Undervalued museums. Br Archaeol 66, page 24.

MATTHEWS, John David (2002). 'Le Newedych or Whytedich' and the Riddlesdown earthwork. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 31-33

MIRYLEES, Duncan (2002). A visit to Sutton Hoo. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 12-14.

NATIONAL TRUST (2002). Historic land-use survey at Gatton Park. News of the Weald 46, page 14 [Extracted from a National Trust Bulletin]

NEWMAN, John (2002). Sutton Hoo before Raedwald. Curr Archaeol 15(12)(180), 498-505 [Suffolk]

PETTITT, Paul (2002). When burial begins. Br Archaeol 66, 8-13 [Prehistoric burial]

SHEPHEARD, Chris (2002). The Hog's Back World War ditch. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, page 4.

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

SMITH, Tim (2002). A series of pictures to accompany the article pp. 35-42, in the last issue on Public Supplies of hydraulic power. Ind Heritage 28, 10-12 [London, Hull, and Manchester]

WHITE, Carol (2002). Lowland heath, landscape features and Yateley Common. Sanctuary 31, 60-62.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ADLER, Mary (2002). Pirbright. Sanctuary 31, 93-94.

ANON (2002). Crystal Palace Low Level restored. Mod Railw 59(648), page 46.

ANON (2002). Threatened hazel pot beetle: Lincolnshire leads the way. Rare beetle breakthrough. Nat World 65, page 11 [Survives in Berkshire, Lincolnshire, and Surrey]

CONOPO, Phil (2002). The awakening: Fingringhoe. Sanctuary 31, 18-19 [Essex: nature reserve]

CROWLEY, P. (2002). Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. Sanctuary 31, page 94.

DALBY-WELSH, T. (2002). Ash Ranges. Sanctuary 31, 91-92.

DENTON, Jonty (2002). Wonderful Woolmer: Woolmer pond. Sanctuary 31, 42-43 [Hampshire]

GRAIFF, Daphne (2002). Return to downland experiment: Porton Down. Sanctuary 31, 20-23.

HAMMOND, Eric (2002). Rainham marshes. Sanctuary 31, page 67.

KNAPP, Trevor (2002). War and peace: Waltham Abbey. Sanctuary 31, 8-9.

LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (2002). Government funding of the scientific learned societies: memorandum from the Linnean Society of London. Linnean 18(3), 5-9.

TOMAS, Mandy (2002). Red squirrels: Otterburn. Sanctuary 31, 10-11.

WALKER, Mrs. Jimmie (2002). Chertsey. Sanctuary 31, 92-93.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

SANDERSON, Tim (2002). Visit to the British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, 7 March 2002. Sheetlines 64, 3-4.

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LOCAL HISTORY

BELL, Reece, and Margaret DEYES (2002). Gresham Court, Purley: what's in a name? Bull Bourne Soc 189, 33-35.

CARR, John (2002). The Firs, Firs Road, Kenley. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 28-31.

CHARLES CLOSE SOCIETY (2002). Almanack 2002. CCS: 36pp

COWLEY, Carole (2002). Landscape History Group: Farleigh to Kings Wood. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 39-40.

COX, R.C.W. (2002). Darkness, debt and death - the Phoney War, 1939 - 1940. Ron Cox remembers .. Beckenham Hist 351, page 6.

COX, R.C.W. (2002). [The tragic death of Sgt. Shepherd on 11th September 1940] Bull Bourne Soc 189, 3-4 [Sgt. Shepherd died as his aeroplane crashed in Shirley; four other persons were also killed as a result of burning petrol entering their air-raid shelter.]

CROYDON NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY LTD (2002). Croydon Discovery Centre: proposals for the Ashburton Library premises. CNHSS: 8pp

DAWSON, Graham (2002). Ultimogeniture. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, page 17.

FOOKES, Gwyneth (2002). Bourne Society Village Histories 7 Chaldon. Bourne Society: x + 192pp [ISBN 0-900992-63-8]

FOOKES, Gwyneth (2002). The mystery of 'The Old Fox', Foxon Lane, Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 26-28.

GADSBY, Joy (2002). The London Loop - Riddlesdown to The Fox at Coulsdon. Bull Bourne Soc 189, page 40.

GROVES, Eric (2002). Lavender and peppermint. Bull Bourne Soc 189, page 13.

HEADLEY, June (2002). A Victorian childhood. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 20-21.

HOLMES, David (2002). The variety of parks in Croydon. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 13-15.

HOWLETT, Neil (2002). A letter about Beggars Bushes. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, page 17.

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 Info 88, 7-21.

LERVY, Don (2002). A. & E. Dining Rooms, Whyteleafe. Bull Bourne Soc 189, page 12.

McCLEAN, John (2002). Clay pipe making in Plumstead. Ind Heritage 28, page 19.

NEWALL, Gordon (2002). Defence of the realm - World War II. Kenley's Open Door (1) Anti-aircraft defence. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 35-38.

NOYES, Ann (2002). More about tree-stealing. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 360, 14-15.

SANDFORD, Paul (2002). Pub History Group. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 18-19.

SHERLOCK, Harley (2001). Villagers - five shillings. Sanderstead's transformation from agricultural community to London suburb, and its effect on the village cricket club. Bourne Society: vi + 75pp [ISBN 0-900992-54-9]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). The Betchworth lime works and sand-lime brick manufacture at Holmethorpe (Merstham / Redhill). Ind Heritage 28, 57-59.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Coulsdon deep air raid shelter and optical works. CNHSS Site File 8: 3pp

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Croydon's town plans at 1:500 (10.56 feet to 1 mile): a cartobibliography. Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey 75: 8pp

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). William Whitaker BA FRS FGS (1836 - 1925) - biobibliographical notes. Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey 73: 16pp

TASSERA, Jill (2002). Jack Anear of Kenley. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 21-23.

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALLEN, D.E. (2002). Nomenclatural complexities in publications of Sudre and Bouvet on Rubus L. (Rosaceae.). Watsonia 24(2), 222-224.

ALLEN, D.E. (2002). A third list of British species of Rubus L. (Rosaceae) in north-west France. Watsonia 24(2), 220-222.

ANON (2002). Parti-coloureds pose population question. Bat News 66, page 2 [Three part-coloured bats recorded in Britain]

ANON (2002). Plant records. Watsonia 24(2), 227-250.

BRYANT, J.A. (formerly J.A. MOORE), N.F. STEWART, and C.A. STACE (2002). A checklist of Characeae of the British Isles. Watsonia 24(2), 203-208.

BULL, A.L. (2002). Range extensions for Rubus rhombifolius Weihe. Ex. Boenn and R. babingtonianus W.C.R. Watson in East Anglia. Watsonia 24(2), 224-225.

CASSEY, Phillip (2002). Life history and ecology influences establishment success of introduced land birds. Biol J Linnean Soc 76(4), 465-480.

CHAPMAN, Roselle (2002). The not-so-humble bumble. Wild London 69, page 6 [Bumble bees]

CLOUDSLEY-THOMPSON, John (2002). Return of the Inquisition? A personal view. Linnean 18(3), 35-43.

DIAZ, A., and G.C. KITE (2002). A comparison of the pollination ecology of Arum maculatum and A. italicum in England. Watsonia 24(2), 171-181.

DINES, T.D., and I.R. BONNER (2002). A new hybrid horsetail, Equisetum arvense x E. telmateia (E. x robertsii) in Britain. Watsonia 24(2), 145-157.

FIRMINGER, Helen (2002). Bumble bee gardens. Wild London 69, page 7.

HALLIDAY, Geoffrey (2002). The British flora in the Arctic. Watsonia 24(2), 133-144.

JOHNSON, Colin (2002). Provisional atlas of the Cryptophagidae: Atomariinae (Coleoptera) of Britain and Ireland: supplement to the 1993 Atlas and Atomaria turgida Erichson newly recorded for the fauna.. Entomol Gaz 53(3), 183-189.

KITCHENER, G.D. (2002). Rumex x xenogenus Rech. Fil. (Polygonaceae), the hybrid between Greek and Patience Docks, found in Britain. Watsonia 24(2), 209-213.

MALUMPHY, Christopher, and Jeanne ROBINSON (2002). Lepidopterous larvae intercepted on imported produce of fresh bean, pea, okra, sweet pepper, aubergine and tomato fruit in England and Wales between 1970 and 2000. Entomol Gaz 53(3), 191-202.

MOORE, Randy (2002). The sad status of evolution education in American schools. Linnean 18(3), 26-34.

PARSONS, Mark S., and John RADFORD (2002). Dioryctria sylvestrella (Ratzeburg, 1840)(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) new to Britain. Entomol Gaz 53(3), 137-142.

PÉREZ-TRIS, Javier, Roberto CARBONELL, and José Luis TELLERÍA (2002). Parasites and the blackcap's tail: implications for the evolution of feather ornaments. Biol J Linnean Soc 76(4), 481-492.

PFENNINGER, Markus (2002). Relationship between microspatial population genetic structure and habitat heterogeneity in Pomatias elegans (O.F. Müller 1774)(Caenogastropoda, Pomatiasidae.) Biol J Linnean Soc 76(4), 565-575.

RICH, T.C.G., I.J. BENNALLICK. L. CORDREY, Q.O.N. KAY, A.J. LOCKTON, and L.K. RICH (2002). Distribution and population sizes of Asparagus prostratus Dumort., Wild Asparagus, in Britain. Watsonia 24(2), 183-192.

ROLLINS, David (2002). The rot has set in: Bramley. Sanctuary 31, 34-35 [Hampshire: fungi]

SHEPHEARD-WALWYN, H.W. (2002). A miscellany from bygone days: local nature notes - 1932. Bull Bourne Soc 189, 46-47 [Kenley]

SPALTON, L.M. (2002). An analysis of the characters of Bromus racemosus L., B. commutatus Schrad., and B. secalinus L., Poaceae.) Watsonia 24(2), 193-202.

STANBURY, Andrew (2002). Birds of Salisbury Plain Training area. Sanctuary 31, 44-47 [Wiltshire]

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