Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey November 2002
 
Number 78 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). Doulton's potteries at Lambeth. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 13.

ANON (2002). The place name Riverhead & its implications. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 54, 6-7.

BEAUFOY, Jane (2002). Diggers set the record straight for Roman road CBA SouthEast Newsl 22, page 15.

BIRD, David (2002). Banstead and Walton Heaths. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 12.

BIRD, David (2002). Roads and temples: Stane Street at Ewell. London Archaeol 10(2), 41-45.

BIRD, David (2002). The Titsey Roman temple. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 2-3.

DIVALL, Peter (2002). Object loans across cultures through time. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 54, page 12.

EVANS, Loraine (2002). Why we could be facing a heritage disaster in Park Lane. Croydon Post, 16 October 2002, page 31 [Croydon: Edridge Road / Park Lane Saxon cemetery]

FUNNELL, John (2002). Ovingdean: a medieval manor house? CBA SouthEast Newsl 22, 6-7.

GRAHAM, David (2002). The bridge at South Park moat. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 11-12.

GRAHAM, David (2002). Farnham Park - a battlefield?. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 3-4.

GRAHAM, David (2002). Surrey to get half a FLO [Finds Liaison Officer.] Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 10.

GRAHAM, David (2002). Wanborough temples attacked again. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 1-2.

HARP, Peter (2002). Another heraldic beast from Nonsuch? Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 15.

HARP, Peter (2002). Kingswood Palaeolithic site. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 9-10.

HARRISON, Karl (2002). Burnt structures. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 15.

MALONEY, Cath, and Isabel HOLROYD (2002). London fieldwork and publication round-up 2001. London Archaeol 10, Supplement 1: 32pp [Croydon entries are in pages 10-11]

PICKARD, Chris (2002). Excavations at 25 - 34 Cockspur Street and 6 - 8 Spring Gardens. London Archaeol 10(2), 31-40.

PROSSER, Lee (2002). 'The bone yard': a preliminary note on excavations at Temple Hill, Dartford. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 54, 1-2.

REYNOLDS, Matthew (2002). Henry VIII's reformation. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 54, 10-11.

SOWERBUTTS, Tony (2002). Diversity and variety in Kent: CBA SE April half-day conference CBA SouthEast Newsl 22, page 14.

STANLEY, Phil (2002). GIS and GPS in the Society. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 14.

STEVENSON, Mark (2002). Time Team at Kew. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 13-14.

SWAIN, Hedley (2002). Letter re. Portable Antiquities Scheme. London Archaeol 10(2), page 55.

TURNER, D.J. (2002). The largest Roman cemetery in Southwark. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, page 15.

TURNER, D.J. (2002). Re-development at Merton Priory. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 361, 12-13.

WALLOWER, Becky (2002). Roman temple complex in Greenwich Park? Pat 1.. London Archaeol 10(2), 46-54.

WILKINSON, Paul (2002). Easter excavation at Teynham. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc 54, page 12.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2002). First projects receive Aggregates Levy cash. Countryside Focus 22, page 3 [Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund]

BEAUFOY, Jane (2002). Jane Beaufoy strolls through rural Surrey with an English Heritage field monument warden. CBA SouthEast Newsl 22, 4 -5.

CLARK, Kate (2001). Informed conservation: understanding historic buildings and their landscapes for conservation. English Heritage: 123pp [ISBN 1-873592-64-7]

GUTTERIDGE, Barry (2002). Chestnut coppicing increases diversity. West Wickham & Coulsdon Commons Newsl 46, page 9 [Spring Park Common]

GUTTERIDGE, Barry (2002). Perfect conditions but no heathland. West Wickham & Coulsdon Commons Newsl 46, page 7 [West Wickham Common]

HEWITT, Nick (2002). Seeing the good in the trees. Planet Earth, Autumn 2002, 8-9 [Trees emit volatile organic compounds (some more than others) which lead to ozone generation]

KENT WILDLIFE TRUST, nd [? 2002], Nature reserves guide. KWT: (ii) + 67pp.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

MARTIN, David (2002). A very big fish. Planet Earth, Autumn 2002, 4-7 [Oxford Clay near Peterborough]

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LOCAL HISTORY

AKPAN, Eloïse (2002). William Stanley's school 1907 - 2002. The Croydon Society: (vii) + 149pp [ISBN 0-9538577-1-9]

ANON (2002). The reading of the Darwin-Wallace papers commemorated - in the Royal Academy of Arts. The Linnean 18(4), 17-24.

CANNING & CLYDE ROAD RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION & FRIENDS (2002). The book of Addiscombe. Vol. II. Tiverton: Halsgrove: 192pp [ISBN 1-84114-176-3]

CATFORD, Nick (2002). West Norwood cemetery catacombs. Secretary's Nl. Subterranea Britannica 25, 46-48.

COX, R.C.W. (2002). Ron Cox remembers .. forty-one exciting days: May 10th - June 19th, 1940. Beckenham Historian 352, page 8 [WWII invasion of Belgium &c and threat of invasion of UK]

CRUTTENDEN, Mike (2002). Rowfant and the Lampson family. The Brighton Circular 28(3), page 126.

GARDINER, Brian G. (2002). Alfred Russel Wallace. The Linnean 18(4), 1-4 [Facsimile and transcription of a letter from ARM to J.D. Hooker, dated at Ternate, 6 October 1858, concerning the joint paper with Charles Darwin]

GARDINER, Brian G. (2002). William Mitton. The Linnean 18(4), 13-15 [William Mitton (1819 - 1906, botanist, of Sussex]

GENT, J.B. (2002). Croydon past. Chichester: Phillimore: xii + 132pp [ISBN 1-86077-223-4]

HOLLIDAY, Nick (2002). Carshalton station. The Brighton Circular 28(3), page 118.

LONG, Charles (2002). Licensing problems on the Brighton line. The Brighton Circular 28(3), 135-136.

MARX, Klaus (2002). Brighton shareholders' meetings (continued.) The Brighton Circular 28(3), 137-142.

MARX, Klaus (2002). 'Trainspotting' in London in 1856 - part two. The Brighton Circular 28(3), 101-103 [George Allen's notes on locomotives and services on the Brighton line]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Gatton Tower Wood quarry (TQ 27355320) reopened: further results from the Reigate Stone Research Project. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 25, 23-25.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Godstone mines and quarries in Surrey in 1900. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 25, page 13 [Extracted from Arthur Andrews (1980). Godstone in 1900]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Joseph Dickinson, Inspector of Mines, and his report on mines in Surrey. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 25, 21-23 [Includes extract from the Report of HM Inspector of Mines for the Manchester & Ireland District for 1886 (1887), pages 24-25]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Where did the buildings come from? Buildings, building-materials, and underground mines and quarries in south-east England. Acts 3rd International Symposium on Souterrains, Starigrad Paklenica, 15 - 18 September 2000, 111-124 and 139-144.

STURT, Brian (2002). The visit of the Institution of Gas Engineers to Croydon Gas Works. The Brighton Circular 28(3), 119-125 [Reports a visit on Friday 17 June 1910, extracted from Jl. Gas Lighting & Water Supply & Sanitary Information 110 (1910), 786-787; includes a plan of the works and its railways; a train of 17 fist-class coaches conveyed the party to Croydon, where 'the ladies' alighted at West Croydon Station for a tour or the Whitgift Hospital led by Sir Frederick Edridge, and then to the gas works with the remaining 330 guests! The train and the entire party later went on to visit the Japan-British Exhibition at Shepherds Bush]

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALDRIDGE, Gary (2002). Skylarks are on the up on Farthing Downs. West Wickham & Coulsdon Commons Newsl 46, page 8 [West Wickham Common]

ANON (2002). More parti-coloured bats found in Britain. The Bat Detector 26, 8-9.

ANON (2002). More Surrey serotines. The Bat Detector 26, page 8 [Chilworth]

ANON (2002). SAC status for Westhumble. The Bat Detector 26, page 1 [Mickleham: underground chalk quarry / bat hibernation site a Special Area of Conservation]

ANON (2002). Sound analysis at Nower Wood. The Bat Detector 25, page 3 [Headley]

ANON (2002). Two recent bat "callouts." The Bat Detector 25, page 2.

ARCHER, Michael E., and Mike EDWARDS (2002). The aculeate hymenoptera of Ambersham and Iping (with Stedham) Commons in West Sussex, including statistical procedures for estimating species richness. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), 91-103.

BALMER, Dawn (2002). Migration watch 2002, BTO News 242, 18-19.

BEAVEN, Peter, Dave LEECH, Colin SHAWYER, Dawn BALMER, and Humphrey CRICK (2002). Could flooding have affected barn owl nesting? BTO News 242, page 24.

BECKETT, Kenneth (2002). A new host for Mistletoe?. BSBI News 91, page 37 [Lonicera syringiantha]

CHARTER, John R. (2002). DEFRA review of policy on non-native invasive species 2001 - 2002. BSBI News 91, 42-44.

CLEMENT, Eric G., and Tom A. COPE (2002). Agrostis lachnantha in Britain (and beyond.) BSBI News 91, 48-49.

CLEMENT, Eric G. (2002). Eragrostis in western Europe. BSBI News 91, 46-47.

CRICK, Humphrey, Rob ROBINSON and Graham APPLETON (2002). 20 million birds lost in 30 years - where have the sparrows and starlings gone? BTO News 242, 4-5.

d'AYALA, Rod, and Nigel SNELL. (2002). Listera cordata (lesser twayblade) in Bucks (v.c. 24.) BSBI News 91, page 24.

DENTON, J.S. (2002). Moths and paint - the case of the yellow subway. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), page 82 [Hampshire]

GLUE, David (2002). Kites and parakeets add colour to midwinter birdtables. BTO News 242, 6-7.

GOATER, Barry, and Jane GOATER (2002). A 'double' variety of Cardamine pratensis in the New Forest. BSBI News 91, page 28.

GREEN, Paul R. (2002). Silene odorata - a new species for Britain? - 1. BSBI News 91, page 51.

GREENAWAY, Frank, and David HILL (2002). Familiar sounds catch rare bats. Bat News 67, 4-5.

HEWITT, S.M., and M. CHVÁLA (2002). Descriptions of a new western-European Tachydromia species (Diptera: Hybotidae) of the Tachydromia connexa-group. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), 65-70.

HILL, Mark, and Chris PRESTON (2002). New Atlas genera in their natural orders. BSBI News 91, 18-23.

HODGSON, John G. (2002). Umbilicus rupestris - (slightly) eastwards ho. BSBI News 91, 31-32.

HOLLINGS, Michael, Olwen HOLLINGS, and Frances ABRAHAM (2002). Zizania latifolia (Poaceae) found at another site in West Sussex. BSBI News 91, 49-50.

LEADBETTER, David (2002). Silene odorata - a new species for Britain?-2. BSBI News 91, page 52.

LEVY, B. (2002). A revision of the British species of Mordellistena (Coleoptera, Mordellidae) belonging to the Parvula group and the subgenus Pseudomordellina Ermisch. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), 83-90.

MARCHANT, John, and Peter BEAVEN (2002). Waterways monitoring update. BTO News 242, 8-9.

MUNDELL, Tony (2002). Scrophularia scopolii (Italian figwort) established in Britain, plus a tale of two nippleworts. BSBI News 91, 52-53.

NAPPER, Emma (2002). Scent of a butterfly. Planet Earth, Autumn 2002, page 12 [Large blue / ants]

OLIVER, Jack (2002). The natural history of a white willow. BSBI News 91, 25-26.

OSTOJÁ-STARZEWSKI, J.C. (2002). Aceria ficus (Cotte) and Rhyncaphytoptus ficifoliae Keifer (Acari: Eriophyoidea) first records in the British Isles. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), 79-82 [West Sussex]

PEARMAN, David A. (2002). Geranium pratense (Meadow Cranesbill.) BSBI News 91, page 23.

PEARMAN, David A. (2002). The ideal flora. BSBI News 91, 60-64.

PEARMAN, David A., and Chris D. PRESTON (2002). The last British record of Euphorbia peplis. BSBI News 91, page 25.

PRATT, Edward (2002). Kickxia spuria - partially regularly peloric. BSBI News 91, page 32.

PRATT, Edward (2002). Valerianlla recoup in Dorset (v.c. 9) BSBI News 91, 36-37.

PRESTON, C.D., M.G. TELFER, H.R. ARNOLD, P.D. CAREY, J.M. COOPER, T.D. DINES, M.O. HILL, D.A. PEARMAN, D.B. ROY, and S.M. SMART (2002). The changing flora of the UK. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: 36pp [CNHSS]

PRYCE, Richard (2002). The Atlas and beyond. BSBI News 91, 3-4.

REID, Bert (2002). Bromus secalinus - a decreasing plant? BSBI News 91, 23-24.

SHAW, Julian M.H. (2002). Bulbine semibarbata (R.Br.) How., the Leek lily as a new British alien. BSBI News 91, 45-46.

SHOWLER, Alan (2002). Umbilicus rupestris - eastward ho? Not quite. BSBI News 91, page 32.

SIMS, Ian (2002). Eriocrania chrysolepidella (Zell.)(Lep.: Eriocraniidae) at Homefield Wood, Medmenham, Buckinghamshire. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), page 90.

SIMS. Ian (2002). Observations on rearing and protandry of Bankesia douglasii (Stainton)(Lep.: Spychidae). Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), 71-78.

SMITH, Derek (2002). Bats and ancient trees event. The Bat Detector 26, page 6-7.

SPALTON, Laurie M. (2002). A new key to the tribe Bromeae in Britain and Ireland. BSBI News 91, 15-17.

STEWART, A.J.A., and M.R. WILSON (2002). Is the leafhopper Platymetopius undatus (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae) extinct in Britain? Br J Entomol Nat Hist 15(2), page 125.

THOMAS, Brian J. (2002). Dawn chorus on Riddlesdown. West Wickham & Coulsdon Commons Newsl 46, page 4.

VEALL, Roger M. (2002). More lawn weeds. BSBI News 91, page 31.

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