Publications - General

 
Dempster, J & McLean, I.
A compilation of papers from 17 international experts on the theory of population ecology, especially of insect populations. Of great interest to ecologists and entomologists, the reviews of existing knowledge and suggestions for new areas of investigation will appeal more widely to practical conservationists. Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers. Available from Kluwer Academic Publishers, Order Deptartment, PO Box 322, 3300 AH Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Fax +31-78-654-6474. Tel +31-78-639-2392, email orderdept@wkap.nl, or from the Royal Entomological Society, 41 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HU. Tel 020 7584 8361 1999 POA
 
DR N Clare Eno
A report on temperature regimes experienced in coastal inlets in Britain and their effect on the reproductive success of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas.
 
D R Seaward
A second report on operations at Fleet oyster farm, known as Abbotsbury Oysters (in existence until 2004), and on spatfall from the Pacific oyster cultivated on the farm in 1993.
 
Foster, G.N., & Eyre, M.D.
Based on the water beetle recording scheme run by the Balfour-Browne Club, this report classifies British aquatic habitats in seven regions of Britain by their beetle assemblage, and ranks the recorded sites according to their conservation importance.
 
D R Seaward
A report on operations at Fleet oyster farm, known as Abbotsbury Oysters (in existence until 2004), and on spatfall from the Pacific oyster cultivated on the farm in 1992.
 
Butterflies Under Threat Team.
A guide to the ecological requirements of all the British butterflies which breed on chalk grassland, a discussion of management methods and an introduction to monitoring techniques.
 
Pollard, E., Hall, M.L & Bibby, T.J.
Presents the national trends of populations of British butterflies and the annual counts for 111 sites throughout Great Britain.