Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey October 2002
 
Number 77 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). Flats will rise on ancient site. Croydon Post, 18 September 2002, page 11 [Croydon: Edridge Road / Park Lane Anglo-Saxon cemetery site]

ANON (2002). Historians angered over development of Saxon graves. Croydon Advertiser, 20 September 2002 [Croydon: Edridge Road / Park Lane Anglo-Saxon cemetery site]

ANON (2002). Historic pottery kiln restored. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 129, 5-6 [Farnham pottery at Wrecclesham]

CROCKER, Alan (2002). Work at the Chilworth gunpowder site. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group 129, page 5.

HILL, Paul, and Julie WILEMAN (2002). Landscapes of war: the archaeology of aggression and defence. Stroud: Tempus Publishing Ltd: 224pp [ISBN 0-7524-1963-3]

HONIGSBAUM, Mark (2002). The land before London. Geographic J 74(10), 39-44 [Pre-Roman London]

MARSHALL, Gary (2002). Spring meeting at Crystal Palace Park, Saturday, 11 May 2002. Newsl Roy Archaeol Inst 24, 4-6.

WICKHAM, James (2002). Approval is given for six-storey block on Saxon burial ground. Croydon Advertiser, 13 September 2002, page 12 [Edridge Road / Park Lane]

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2002). Historic church gets listed status. Croydon Advertiser, 13 September 2002 [Croydon: St. John's Parish Church]

ANON (2002). South Blean Woods. Wild Kent, Autumn 2002, page 10.

ANON (2002). Wading through a muddy pool ..Croydon Advertiser, 13 September 2002 [Sanderstead Pond weed clearance]

BENTLIFF, David (2002). One-way traffic in the Upper Norwood Triangle. Norwood Rev 159, 9-11.

CARTER, Nick, and David GLUE (2002). Birds benefiting from farming practice changes. BTO News 241, page 5.

DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE MEDIA AND SPORT (2001). The historic environment: a force for our future. DCMS: 58pp

ENGLISH NATURE (2002). Corporate plan 2002 - 2005. EN: 43pp [ISBN 1-857166-45-0]

FRITH, Edward (2002). Kings Wood. Selsdon Gaz 56(621), 19-20.

GODDARD, Philip (2002). The future of Crystal Palace: the way forward. Norwood Rev 159, 7-8.

JENNINGS, Malcolm (2002). Croham Hurst. News from Surrey Wildlife Trust Local Groups, Autumn 2002, page 1.

JENNINGS, Malcolm (2002). Dollypers Hill. News from Surrey Wildlife Trust Local Groups, Autumn 2002, page 1.

JENNINGS, Malcolm (2002). Happy Valley. News from Surrey Wildlife Trust Local Groups, Autumn 2002, page 1.

McALLISTER, John (2002). Back from the brink. Wild Kent, Autumn 2002, page 7.

PEREIRA, Ann-Marie (2002). Seeing the wood and the trees. Croydon Rep 41, 18-19 [Littleheath Woods]

STEVENSON, Eileen (2002). Littleheath Woods. Selsdon Gaz 56(621), page 19.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BATES, M.R., D.H. KEEN, T.E. WHITTAKER, J.S. MERRY, and F.F. WENBAN-SMITH (2002). Middle Pleistocene molluscan and ostracod faunas from Allhallows, Kent, UK. Proc Geol Assoc 113(3), 223-236.

BENSTED, W.H. (2002). Extract from the notebook written by Mr. W.H. Bensted, owner of the quarry where the Maidstone Iguanodon was found. Newsl Kent Archaeol Group 9, page 7 [Notes on the discovery in 1834]

CANDY, Ian (2002). Formation of a rhizogenic calcrete during a glacial stage (Oxygen Isotope Stage 12): its palaeoenvironmental and stratigraphical significance. Proc Geol Assoc 113(3), 259-270.

DELAIR, J.B., and W.A.S. SARJEANT (2002). The earliest discoveries of dinosaurs: the records re-examined. Proc Geol Assoc 113(3), 185-197 [The first formal scientific naming and description of a dinosaur genus was that of Megalosaurus by William Buckland published in 1824 although he had demonstrably had the bones in his possession by 1818; dinosaur bones had certainly been known at least 140 years earlier]

DOWNER, Geoff (2002). A blue-blooded rock: a tale of the restoration of Canterbury Cathedral. Newsl Kent Archaeol Group 9, page 19 [Clipsham stone from Leicestershire]

GLASSER, Neil F., and Michael J. HAMBREY (2002). Comment on 'The production of glacial-like erosional features by children in playground areas' by D. Flinn (2002.). Proc Geol Assoc 113(3), 273-274.

MILLER. C. Giles (2002). Micropalaeontological models at the Natural History Museum, London. Geol Curator 7(7), 263-274.

RUNDLE, Adrian (2002). Sand sample from Dog's Bay, Connemara, Ireland. Newsl Kent Archaeol Group 9, 32-33.

RUNDLE, Adrian (2002). Sand sample from The Fleet, Herbury, Dorset. Newsl Kent Archaeol Group 9, 36-37.

RUNDLE, Adrian (2002). Shore life at Osmington Mill, Dorset. Newsl Kent Archaeol Group 9, page 20.

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

THORNTON, Parry (2002). Three lectures on the life and literary character of the Rev. Dr. George Young D.D., by Martin Simpson, February 1862. Geol Curator 7(7), 235-261.

WASS, Glenys, and Andrew J. ROSS (2002). The Townshend fossil insect collection at Wisbech and Fenland Museum. Geol Curator 7(7), 275-282.

WILSON, Jeffrey A. (2002). Sauropod dinosaur phylogeny: critique and cladistic analysis. Zool J Linnean Soc 136(2), 217-276.

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2002). Temporary suspension of Tramlink services. London Railway Rec 33, page 283 [Trackbed renovation near Phipps Bridge, c. 10th - 23rd August 2002, with Mitcham - Wimbledon services replaced by buses]

BAKER, Ian (2002). Tracing earlier railway remains near the DLR. London Railway Rec 33, 265-277.

BATCHELOR, Bill (2002). My first Ordnance Survey map. Sheetlines 64, 42-43.

BIDDISCOMBE, Brian (2002). Small is beautiful: visit to Alan Godfrey Maps, 13 June 2002. Sheetlines 64, 4-7.

BILLINGTON, William Roy Sydney (2002). Obituary. Bull CNHSS 116, page 3.

BOWRING, Alan (2002). 'Discovering Lost Ways' project. Sheetlines 64, 7-8 [Establishing rights of way]

BRIDGMAN, Brian (2002). To start a revolution: the true story of the late Captain Cecil Bebb and General Franco. J Croydon Airport Soc 42, 6-9.

BROWN, John W. (2002). Emile Zola: French novelist and Norwood photographer. Norwood Rev 159, 15-18.

COLE, John (2002). The early years of the National Grid twenty-five inch map. Sheetlines 64, 19-24.

COLLIER, Peter (2002). Photogrammetry in the Ordnance Survey from Close to MacLeod. Sheetlines 64, 15-18.

COOKSLEY, Peter G. (2002). Before the Airport. J Croydon Airport Soc 42, 19-20.

CROSBY, Alan (2002). The Amateur Historian and The Local Historian: some thoughts after fifty years. The Local Historian 32(3), 146-155.

DORKING & DISTRICT MUSEUM (2002). Dorking: a brief history. Dorking & District Museum: 24pp [CNHSS]

DUNLEAVEY, Janet (2002). Suburban residential development 1880 - 1939: polite or vernacular architecture? The Local Historian 32(3), 178-195.

FRISWELL, N.C. (2002). London's elevated electric railway. London Railway Rec 33, page 266.

HAIGH, Peter (2002). Bases of the Ordnance Survey: an addendum. Sheetlines 64,34-35.

HIGLEY, Chris (2002). The real cost of a map. Sheetlines 64, 41-42.

JACKSON, Alan A. (2002). On the naming of stations: underground manoeuvres 1928 - 46. London Railway Rec 33, 262-264.

JACKSON, Alan A., et al. (2002). Royal Show ground LNWR. London Railway Rec 33, 284-286.

KAY, Peter (2002). The Ealing-Southend service 1910 - 1939. London Railway Rec 33, 254-261.

LANCASTER, Brian (2002). Re-discovered Ruskin letters at Croydon. Bull CNHSS 116, 1-2.

M.M. (2002). The Robinson Redwing II. J Croydon Airport Soc 42, page 16.

MAIS, S.P.B. (2002). Hiking by the map - confusion that it breeds. Sheetlines 64, 39-40 [Reprint from the Daily Telegraph, c. 31 August 1931, of an article by Stuart Petre Brodie Mais]

OLIVER, Richard (2002). The gorilla and 433 millions TOIDs: a Commons select committee and the Ordnance Survey. Sheetlines 64, 9-14.

OLIVER, Richard (2002). Ordnance Survey in 2001 - 2; a miscellany and a few opinions. Sheetlines 64, 36-38.

PAINE, Frank (edr) (2002). Shirley windmill: a guide book of the mill and surrounding area. Croydon Council / Friends of Shirley Windmill: 26pp [ISBN 0-903712-70-9]

PARSONS, David (2002). Third edition coloured maps: help wanted. Sheetlines 64, 33-34.

PORTER, R.T. (2002). Romer and his Romer: an addendum. Sheetlines 64, 30-31 [Carrol Romer]

SEAWARD, Paul (2002). Local history in the History of Parliament. The Local Historian 32(3), 173-177.

SHAW, Herbert Thomas (2002). Obituary [+ list of published work] Bull CNHSS 116, 2-4.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Coulsdon's underground optical works (former WWII deep air raid shelter) on the A23. Bull Bourne Soc 188, 24-26.

WEDDERBURN, Sandie (2002). Redwing memory. J Croydon Airport Soc 42, 17-18.

WINKWORTH, D.W. (2002). The Southern Heights Light Railway. London Railway Rec 33, 278-281 [Railway proposed, but not built, from Sanderstead via Mitchley Wood Halt, Hamsey Green, Warlingham Halt, Tatsfield, Westerham Hill, Cudham & Biggin Hill Halt, Downe Halt, and Farnborough Halt to Orpington]

YEA, Hugh (2002). World flight: the true story. J Croydon Airport Soc 42, 10-15.

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MUSEUMS

GOULD, Hannah (2002). What did we learn? The Museums and Galleries Lifelong Learning Initiative (MGLI) 2000 - 2002. Campaign for Learning Through Museums and Galleries: 39pp

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NATURAL HISTORY

BABNER, Dawn (2002). Tracking migrants on the move. BTO News 241, page 3.

BENTON, Tim (2002). Links between insects, birds and agriculture. BTO News 241, page 9.

BRITISH TRUST FOR ORNITHOLOGY (2002). BTO farmland bird research - past, present and future. BTO News 241, Supplement: viii pages.

DICKER, John,.2002, A flower for Surrey. Surrey Nature 122, 14-16 [Choice of a symbol for the county]

FULLER, Rob (2002). Using Common Bird Census data. BTO News 241, page 9.

GIRVAN, Isobel (2002). A site to survey. Surrey Nature 122, 6-7.

GRIBBLE, Frank (2002). Why count herons? BTO News 241, page 4.

HARRIS, Stephen (2002). Friend or foe? Far from a villain, the fox is a victim of propaganda and may even be a farmer's ally .. The Times, 21 September 2002.

HARVEY, Deborah (2002). The great stag hunt II: searching for stag beetles. Surrey Nature 122, page 17.

LEECH, David, Humphrey CRICK and Stephen BAILLIE (2002). The contrasting fortunes of Britain's breeding birds. BTO News 241, 26-27.

MALM, J. Ursula, and Honor C. PRENTICE (2002). Immigration history and gene dispersal: allozyme variation in Nordic populations of the red campion, Silene dioica (Caryophyllaceae.) Biol J Linnean Soc 77(1), 23-34.

MORLEY, Elliot (2002). Woodland birds - a major new project. BTO News 241, page 19.

THURNER, Mike (2002). Odonata: a kaleidoscope of colour. Surrey Nature 122, 2-4 [Dragonflies]

VICKERY, Juliet (2002). Farmland bird research at BTO. BTO News 241, Supplement, ii-iii and vii-viii.

WEEKS, Steve (2002). Spiders. Wild Kent, Autumn 2002, 4-5.

WILSON, Andy, and Simon GILLINGS (2002). Winter farmland bird survey. BTO News 241, 6-7.

YESSON, Carol (2002). Spynes Mere. Surrey Nature 122, page 8 [Merstham / Nutfield Marsh]

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