Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey May 2003
 
Number 86 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 (2003). Recent work by archaeological units. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 11-13.

BENNETT, Paul, Alison HICKS, and Mark HOULISTON (2003). Canterbury Whitefriars: 'The Big Dig.' Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), 190-196.

BIRD, David (2003). Finds liaison officer. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 13-14 [David Williams appointed]

BOOTHROYD, Noel, and David BARKER (2003). Stoke before Wedgwood. Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), 215-222 [Excavations evidence for ceramic manufacture in and around Stoke on Trent from the 14th to 18th centuries, before the establishment of Josiah Wedgwood's works in 1759]

BRUGMANN, Birte (2003). 'Traffic light beads' in Early Anglo-Saxon England. Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), 223-225.

CRUMMY, Philip (2003). Crummy of Colchester.' Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), 205-211 [Profile]

CURRIE, Christopher Keith, Peter FOSTER, and Kathy WHITE (2003). Archaeological excavations at Upper Lodge, Bushy Park, London Borough of Richmond, 1997 - 99. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 90-125.

DAVEY, P.J. (2003). 1 17th-century clay pipe from the Salcombe wreck site. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 159-163.

HULL, Graham, Paul BLINKHORN, Paul CANNON, Sheila HAMILTON-DYER, Chris SALTER, and Bill WAITE (2003). The excavation and analysis of an 18th-century deposits of anatomical remains and chemical apparatus from the rear of the first Ashmolean Museum (now The Museum of the History of Science), Broad Street, Oxford. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 1-28.

KILLOCK, Douglas, John BROWN, and Christopher JARRETT (2003). The industrialization of an ecclesiastical hamlet: stoneware production in Lambeth and the sanitary revolution. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 29-78.

OWEN, J. Victor, and John SANDON (2003). A rose by any other name: a geochemical comparison of Caughley (c. 1772 - 99), Coalport (John Rose & Co., c. 1799 - 1837), and rival porcelains based on sherds from the factory sites. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 79-89.

PALMER, Marilyn, and Peter NEAVERSON (2003). Handloom weaving in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire in the 19th century: the building evidence. Post-Medieval Archaeol 37(1), 126-158.

PITTS, Mike, and Julian RICHARDS (2003). A future for Stonehenge. Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), 197-201 [Discusses plans for a new visitor centre, closure and removal of the of the A344 road, construction of a tunnel for the A303 road, and 'land train' to convey visitors via the alignment of a former military railway to the monument].

RICHARDS, J.L. (2003). Stonehenge - the next 'Dome?' Curr Archaeol 16(5)(185), page 226 [With reply from English Heritage]

SELKIRK, Robert, Andrew SELKIRK and Wendy SELKIRK and Anne TICKELL (2003). The archaeology handbook 2003 - 4. Curr Archaeol: 76pp

SMITH, Norman A.F. (2002). Cathedral studies: engineering or history? Trans. Newcomen Society 73(1), 95-137.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2003). Quarrying in Surrey: MPP assessments. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 7-8.

STOTT, Catharine (2003). Solving the mystery of the Latton mammoths. Planet Earth, Spring 2003, 20-21 [Wiltshire: discovery of the remains of c. 200 mammoths (Mammuthus trognotherii) associated with flint hand axes]

TAYLOR, David (2003). Cobham Park: recent discoveries relating to its early history. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 2-5.

TAYLOR, David, and Dennis TURNER (2003). The origins of Cobham village. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 5-7.

YOUNGS, Peter (2003). Royal visit to 44 High Street, Bagshot. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 366, 1 and 14-15.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2003). New Hill a new site. Newsl West Wickham Coulsdon Commons 47, page 1.

ANON (2003). Queendown Warren. Wild Kent, 2003/1, page 10.

ANON (2003). Stormy Sunday - 27th October 2002. Weather Eye 12, 4-5.

BUTLER, Daniel (2003). Nature's rescue squad. Natural World, Spring 2003, 12-15 [Use of cattle, goats, horses, pigs, sheep, etc, to control vegetation on nature reserves]

CORBETT-MARSHALL, Guy (2003). Valued volunteers. Natural World, Spring 2003, 19-21 [Volunteer workers on nature reserves]

CORPORATION OF LONDON (2003). West Wickham and Coulsdon Commons. Summary management plan 2002 - 2005. Corporation of London: 34pp.

CURRIE, Ian (2003). Bores and aegirs. Weather Eye 12, page 9.

CURRIE, Ian (2003). Storm surge Jan / Feb 1953. Weather Eye 12, page 7.

DAVISON, Mark (2003). "Chertsey's nightmare launch into 2003." Over a hundred and fifty homes evacuated. Weather Eye 12, page 6.

DAVISON, Mark (2003). Gridlock Thursday. Snowfalls of Thursday January 30th 2003. Weather Eye 12, 10-12.

ENFIELD, Mike (2003). New Hill an extension of Farthing Downs. Newsl West Wickham Coulsdon Commons 47, 4-5.

FIRMINGER, Helen (2003). Blooming biodiversity. Wild London, Spring / Summer 2003, page 11

FIRMINGER, Helen (2003). Working for wildlife on your doorstep. Wild London, Spring / Summer 2003, 12-13.

HEAPE, Roger (2003). A review of 20th century central England temperature trends. Part 1. Weather Eye 12, page 13.

HOLLOWAY, Alan (2003). Learning about wildlife. Surrey Nature 124, 14-15 [Godstone Pond]

HUGHES, Tudor (2003). March 'many weathers' 1965. Weather Eye 12, 14-15.

JOHN, Judith (2003). Conservation Officer's report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 4-9.

NISBET, Amanda (2003). Save Bay Pond appeal. Surrey Nature 124, page 13 [Godstone]

RICHARDS, Caroline (2003). A green heart in King's Cross. Wild London, Spring / Summer 2003, page 16.

SURREY WILDLIFE TRUST (2003). The Surrey Biodiversity Action Plan. SWT: ring binder issued 2003 containing the following:

BURWOOD, Claire (1999) Chalk grassland (including chalk scrub.) A habitat action plan for Surrey. 23pp.

McGIBBON, R (1999) Lowland heathland (including acid grassland and bog) A habitat action plan for Surrey. 20pp.

WEBB, Dave (1999) Floodplain grazing marsh. A habitat action plan for Surrey. 17pp.

EDWARDS, John (2002) Wildlife on your doorstep. Urban Biodiversity Action Plan for Surrey. 2nd edn. iv + 32pp.

WEBB, Dave (2002) Wetland habitat action plan. Incorporating rivers and streams, fen, marsh, swamp and linear reedbed. A habitat action plan for Surrey. 36pp.

ATKINSON, Jane (2002) Farmland habitat action plan. A habitat action plan for Surrey. 28pp.

DOYLE, Jay (2002) Woodland habitat action plan. A habitat action plan for Surrey. i + 33pp.

WEBBER, Sue (2002) Wood pasture and parkland. A habitat action plan for Surrey. 41pp.

ELSON, Simon (2002) Standing open water and large reedbeds. A habitat action plan for Surrey. 40pp.

WEBBER, Sue, and Jay DOYLE (2002) Lowland unimproved neutral and dry acid grassland. A habitat action plan for Surrey. i + 43pp.

TAYLOR, Eileen (2003). The story of Howell Hill. Surrey Nature 124, 2-4 [Ewell]

UNDERWOOD, Ben (2003). Farming in Surrey: is there a future for farming in Surrey? Surrey Nature 124, 5-7.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

EDMONDS, Jennifer M. (2003). The palaeobotanical collections of the late Alan Wesley. The Linnean 19(2), 48-49.

JOHNSTON, Peter (2003). What's your poison. Planet Earth, Spring 2003, 6-7 [Fracture systems in chalk / speed of travel of water and pollutants]

STOTT, Catharine (2003). Solving the mystery of the Latton mammoths. Planet Earth, Spring 2003, 20-21 [Wiltshire: discovery of the remains of c. 200 mammoths (Mammuthus trognotherii) associated with flint hand axes]

WALKER, Alice (2003). Shaken & stirred. Planet Earth, Spring 2003, 4-5 [British earthquakes]

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LOCAL HISTORY

AMBLER, R.W. (edr), 1999, The history and practice of Britain's railways: a new research agenda. Aldershot: Ashgate: xvi + 154pp [ISBN 1-84014-667-2]

ANON (2003). [CTRL tunnel under the river Thames] Railwatch 95, page 2 [Photograph and caption: n.g. works train in new Channel Tunnel Rail Link tunnel]

ANON (2003). Docklands goes east. Railwatch 95, page 4 [Planned extension of Docklands Light Railway to Dagenham Dock]

BAXTER, Tony (2003). Worthing's new water supply. Broadwater (Hill Barn) pumping station. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, 4-6.

BLACKWELL, John (2003). Centenary of Eastbourne buses. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, page 7.

BLACKWELL, John (2003). Sussex main lines - a year 2003 survey. 6 Lewes to Eastbourne Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, 7-10.

BRYAN, Chris (2003). Poyntz and Hollinsworth swing bridges. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, 6-7.

EGERTON, Frank M. (2003). Hewett Cottrell Watson: Victorian plant ecologist and evolutionist. Aldershot: Ashgate: xxviii + 283pp [ISBN 0-7546-0862-X]

EVANS, A.K.B., and J.V. GOUGH (edrs) (2003). The impact of the railway on Society in Britain: essays in honour of Jack Simmons. Aldershot: Ashgate: xxiv + 315pp [ISBN 0-7546-0949-9]

GARDINER, B.G. (2003). George Bellas Greenough (1778 - 1855) The Linnean 19(2), 14-17 [MP for Gatton 1807 - 12]

GREAVES, J. (2003). Official guides - South Eastern and Chatham Railway. Invicta 59, 53-58.

HALLIDAY, D. (2003). LC&DR carriage truck. Invicta 59, 51-52.

HENBERY, Ted (2003). The Beehive model. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, 3-4 [Gatwick Airport 'Beehive' terminal]

MARTIN, Ron (2003). Birling Gap coastguard cottages. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc 118, page 11.

OPPITZ, Leslie (2002). Lost railways of Surrey. Newbury: Countryside Books: 160pp [ISBN 1-85306-771-7]

PARKER, M. (2003). Longhedge Works and running shed. Invicta 59, 48-51.

PARKER, M. (2003). The mystery of LC&DR school saloon. Invicta 59, 34-35.

PARKER, M. (2003). SE&CR family saloon. Invicta 59, 51-52.

PARKER, M. (2003). The SER Ironclads. Invicta 59, 51-52.

RILEY, A. (2003). Pluckley Station signal. Invicta 59, 46-47.

RILEY, A. (2003). Walworth Road (LC&DR.) Invicta 59, 39-45.

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ALBRE, Jérôme, Angélique QUILICHINI, and Marc GIBERNAU (2003). Pollination ecology of Arum italicum (Araceae) Bot J Linnean Soc 141(2), 205-214.

BLATCHLEY, Ishpi (2003). Lichen report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 14-21.

BUCZACKI, Stefan (2003). Great pretenders. Natural World, Spring 2003, 23-24 [Orchids of the genus Ophrys]

CLIFFE, Gary (2003). Mammal report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 52-55.

COX, Howard (2003). Odonata report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 27-30.

FAIRCLOUGH, Jim (2003). Close up on the cow pat. Newsl West Wickham Coulsdon Commons 47, page 6 [Dung beetles]

FUNNELL, Emily (2003). Rare moth in Richmond. Surrey Nature 124, page 8 [Double Line moth (Mythimna turca)]

GUTTERIDGE, Barry (2003). Gold Crest, yellow hammer, house sparrow. Bird surveyors get results. Newsl West Wickham Coulsdon Commons 47, page 7.

HENDEY, Jan (2003). Additional bryophyte report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 26-27.

HETH, Giora, Josephine TODRANK, Nicolas BUSQUET and Claude BAUDOIN (2003). Genetic relatedness assessment through individual odour similarities in mice. Biol J Linnean Soc. 78(4), 595-603.

JARVIS, Charlie (2003). The Linnean Plant Name Typification Project. Ann Rep Linnean Soc 2003, 15-17.

JOHN, Judith (2003). Conservation Officer's report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 4-9.

MABBOTT, Paul (2003). Spot check. Wild London, Spring / Summer 2003, page 10 [Ladybirds]

PECK, Anne (2003). Bird report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 39-52

PITT, Joyce (2003). Botany report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 22-26.

SOKOLOFF, Paul (2003). Lepidoptera report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 30-33.

SPEARMAN, R.I.C., Joan (2003). The Reverend Gilbert White (1720 - 1793) his contemporaries and successors. The Linnean 19(2), 30-40.

THORNE, Joan (2003). The Zoological Record and registration of new names in zoology. The Linnean 19(2), 22-26.

WEIGHTMAN, Jo (2003). Fungus report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 9-14.

WHITAKER, W.J. (2003). Herpetology report 2002. Ann Rep Orpington Field Club 43, 34-39.

WYNNE, Ian R., Hugh D. LOXDALE, Cliff P. BROOKES, and Ian P. WOIWOOD (2003). Genetic structure of fragmented November moth (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) populations in farmland. Biol J Linnean Soc. 78(4), 467-477.

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