Subject index – issues 1-50

References in bold are authors or subjects of main articles. References in italics are scientific names or book/journal titles.

(c) after an English reference indicates that the article is written in Welsh, with an English summary.

 

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S

Sabellaria, 5:45; 8:45; 20:36

sacrificial crops, 22:27

Safleoedd o Ddiddordeb Gwyddonol Arbennig, 15:37, 16:44

Sainsbury supermarket, 7:14ff

Salesbury, William, 8:8(c); 11:9(c); 24:33

Salix spp, 20:11

Salmo salmar, gweler eog/ see salmon,

salmon, 1:18ff; 4:16; 9:5ff, 17; 10:47; 14:20-22; 21:34ff

Salmon, Norman & Hugh, 39:41

Salsola kali (helys pigog), 31:12(c)

saltmarsh, 5:32ff; 36:28

saltmarsh lamb, 36:30

sand dredging, 4:33

sand dunes, 5:22ff, 48; 9:37ff; 26:4; 31: 10(c),14; 33:47; 34:20; 44:16, 20

Sandison, Wil, 1:23; 8:46(c), 47

Sands, Tim, 45:48

Sargassum muticum, see japweed,

Sarn Cynfelin, 18:29

sarnau, 18:29

Saunders, David, 2:4; 24:40; 25:43; 28:45; 30:36, 44; 39:41; 41:43; 43:3; 45:48; 46:43; 47:44; 49:45

Saunders, Jim, 23:43

sawfly, Pontania crassipes, 33:10

saxifrage

++++golden, 4:30

++++mossy, 48:10, 11

++++purple, 4:14; 20:18; 35:10, 23; 48:10, 11

++++tufted, 24:36

Say Goodbye to the Cuckoo by Michael McCarthy, 32:46

Sazer, Deborah, 13:9

Sbaen, 23:14

sbyngau, 41:13

scallop dredging, exclusion zone, 8:45

Scarweather Sands wind farm, 13:44

Schmidt, Johannes, 19:28

Schofield, Henry, 10:13

school dinners, 13:44

schools

++++and farms, 21:32

++++and wildlife, 21:15(c); 43:11

scoter, common, 12:46; 28:34

Scotland, 22:36

Scots pine, 1:12

Scottish Natural Heritage, 22:9

Scottish wildcat, 28:15

scrub, 1:4ff; 3:17

Sea Beans and Nickar Nuts by E. Charles Nelson, 2:38

sea beans, 35:21

sea buckthorn, 5:48; 44:22

Sea Empress, 4:48; 6:44; 8:26; 18:15(c); 28:36, 37; 30:36; 42:16-17; 47:14

Sea Fisheries Committee, South Wales, 4:32ff; 22:48

sea grass, 24:47

sea lemon Archoidoris pseudoargus, 41:42

sea level rise, 37:12ff; 45:21

Sea Life Survey 2002, 4:48

Sea Mammal Research Unit, 5:45

sea slugs, 41:10

++++Facelina annulicornis, 41:13

++++Favorinus blianus, 41:13

++++Flabellina pedata, 41:12

++++Tritonia nilsodhneri, 41:12

Seacliffs of Llŷn, 35:30

seafan, Eunicella verrucosa, 41:11

seal

++++common (harbour), 5:45; 19:46; 34:43; 41:24

++++grey, 1:44; 5:39, 45, 46; 6:43, 45; 39:46; 41:24

++++‘Hammerhead’, 41:27

Seal Island, Maine, 32:33(c)

Seasearch Guide to Seaweeds of Britain & Ireland by Bunker et al, 38:38

Seawatch Foundation, 3:46; 26:46

seaweed, 24:47; 28:31; 44:24

++++bearded twig weed Anotrichium barbatum, 44:26

++++bootlace, 44:25-26

++++commercial uses, 32:36

++++kelp, 44:24-25

++++maerl, 44:26

++++spindle weed Atractophora hypnoides, 44:26

Section 74, see Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000

Section A ponies, see ponies, semi-wild,

Sedges of the British Isles by Jermy, AC et al., 27:44

seed collection, 30:13; 47:26-7

SEED Homes, 37:46

Seeds (National List of Varieties) 2000 regulations, 1:34

Sefydliad Rheolaeth Cefn Gwlad a Chadwraeth Cymru, 32:42; 37:38

Seicoleg ffwng a madarch, 36:10-15

Seidl, Amy, 32:45

Selenochlamys ysbryda, see slug, ghost,

Self Sufficiency: a practical guide for modern living by Liz Wright, 37:40

Self, Will, 36:34

self-sufficiency, 13:4-9; 15:14

Sellafield, 18:46

Senecio jacobaea (llysiau’r gingroen), 31:12(c)

sêr môr, 41:9, 13

Seren-Fethlehem felen, 20:20

service tree, 7:17

Severn Barrage, 20:13, 46; 28:19ff, 29-30, 40(c), 41

Severn Natural Assets Project (SNAP), 14:19; 36:46-7

Severn River/estuary 5:32, 45; 14:19; 20:39; 22:23ff; 35:37

Severn Trent Water, 37:29, 30

sewage

++++marine, 4:32ff

++++natural systems, 45:28

SEWBReC, 26:31; 27:46

sewin, 41:33, see also trout, sea,

Seymour, John, 13:4, 8

Seymour, Sally, 13:5

sffenoffyt

++++Annularia, 43:23(c)

++++Asterophyllites, 43:23(c)

sffenopsid, 43:23(c)

Sgomer, 50:27

shag, 39:10

Shakespear, Sîan, 13:43(c)

Shared Earth Trust, 3:21; 42; 14:46; 25:38; 26:17

shark, 4:25

++++mako, 19:46

Shark Trust, 4:34

Sharp, Rowland, 4:31

Sharpe, Tom, 32:40

sheep dip, 7:8; 9:19; 10:41

sheep, see also grazing

++++island grazing, 12:31

++++parasites, 10:41ff

++++stocking levels, 9:18, 32

shelduck, 9:47

shellfish, harvesting, 12:46

shellfisheries, 34:41

shingle, 37:12

shooting, 24:4; 49:19

shore dock, 38:12

short rotation willow, 21:10

shoveler, 1:46

shrew

++++common, 31:39

++++pygmy, 31:39

++++water, 4:16; 13:47; 17:47; 31:38, 46

Shrubb, Michael, 11:42; 31:33

Shuttleworth, Craig, 6:35; 19:37

Siapan, 32:38-39(c)

siff-saff, 22:32

silage, 34:47

Silent Fields by Roger Lovegrove, 26:44

Silent Valley LNR, 10:18ff

silt, 42:12-13

Simmonds, Mark, 7:36

Simpson, DA, 27:44

Singer, Peter, 31:44

Sinnadurai, Paul, 39:31; 42:34

Sir Benfro, 18:15; 35:32; 36: 27; 44:15; 47:27; gw. Rhif 38 (cyfrol Penfro)

Sir Ddinbych, 20:20; 34:18; 44:29(c)

Sir Drefaldwyn, 32:18-21

Sir Faesyfed, 24:31

Sir Gaerfyrddin, 48:21

Sisson, Mark, 49:45

Sitka spruce, 1:12; 5:19; 37:45

Size of Wales Project, The, 39:42-3

Skate and Ray Group, Welsh, 4:31

skate, 4:31

++++common, 13:46

Skerries, the, 5:39; 12:32; 17:41(c); 21:46; 37:43

skimmer, black-tailed, 8:42

Skokholm, 2:4ff; 6:44,45; 7:36-7; 9:44; 10:46; 14:40; 17:46; 19:46; 23:44; 27:45; 30:4-8; 31:45; 37:43; 39:47; 41:45; 46:47; 50:50

Skomer by Jane Matthews, 25:43

Skomer, 6:44,45; 7:36-7; 9:44; 10:46; 14:40; 17:46; 19:46; 23:44; 24:41; 27:45; 28:23; 30:4-8, 22-27, 33; 31:45; 35:44; 37:43; 38:10, 39; 41:10; 43:3; 44:3,5; 46:47; 47:4; 48:49; 50:22, 50

Skull, Amanda, 34:27

skylark, 12:31

slate waste, 21:27

Slater, Fred, 6:38; 50:32

Slebech Park, 38:34

Slefrod môr, 41:13

slime moulds, 41:34

slow worm, 16:11; 40:12-15

slug

++++ghost, 33:44-5

++++shelled spp, 33:44-5

smallholdings, 48:18-21

Smalls, The, 44:24

small-scale solutions, 20:16

smelt Osmerus eperlanus, 41:29

Smit, Tim, 7:42

Smith, Dave, 5:18

Smith, Malcolm, 5:12; 40:42

Smith, Richard, 35:14; 37:15

Smith, Stuart, 48:46

Smithers, Peter, 12:44

smyglwyr, 44:29(c)

snail,

++++door, 24:44

++++glutinous, 1:46

snake,

++++Aesculapian, 3:19

++++grass, 3:18; 16:11; 40:12-15

snake pipefish, 4:25

SNAP, see Severn Natural Assets Project

snapping shrimp, 18:46

snipe, 6:43

snow

++++first appearance, 38:31(c)

++++heavy, 50:14

++++monitoring of, 2:20

++++winter 2010-11, 39:46

Snowdon lily, 11:46; 32:7

Snowdon/Yr Wyddfa, 2:19; 25:36(c); 33:13(c); 35:8, 13

Snowdonia, 38:31(c)

Snowdonia hawkweed, see Hieracium snowdoniense

Snowdonia Mammal Group, 27:4ff

Snowdonia National Park Authority 60th anniversary, 39:30

Snowdonia National Park Authority, 17:31

Snowdonia: Park under Pressure by Rob Collister, 26:45

Snowdonia Wildlife Gardening Project, 43:11

So Shall We Reap by Colin Tudge, 12:44

socan eira, 34:29

social history, 20:4

SoDdGA, 24:18(c)

soil acidity, 25:4

Soil Association, The, 33:4ff

solar power, 27:45

soldierfly, 1:47

Solnit, Rebecca, 36:34

Somerton Farm, 39:13

Sorbus spp, 7:17; 30:40

++++S. arfoniensis/robertsii, 19:12

South Sebastopol, Gwent, 33:23

South Uist, 6:43

South Wales Argus, 17:36

South Wales Sea Fisheries Committee, 47:6ff

South Wales Valleys, 27:18

sparrow

++++house, 5:27; 9:47; 40:28

++++tree, 5:27; 31:33

Spartina spp., 5:32; 28:11(c), 31ff

Special Areas of Conservation, 28:4; 30:47

Special Protection Area, 28:37, 41; 30:27

species

++++adaptability, 34:10-11

++++eradication, 1:24ff

++++history of, 20:47

++++in decline 19:2, 27; 20:21-25, 26-28; 24:19ff; 49:4, 17, 30

++++loss, 33:22; 35:43; 37:13; 40:28

++++recovery programmes, 1:21ff

Species Action Plans, 4:6, 16; 6:24

Spence, Barbara, 31:43

Spence, Ian M., 49:44

Spencer, Simon, 35:33

sphagnum, 11:19ff

spider,

++++cave, 11:13; 40:44

++++fen raft, 8:42; 10:38

++++purse web, 6:45

wasp Argiope bruennichi, 46:48

spiked speedwell, 11:47

Spinachia spinachia 23:7

spirituality, 20:16; 22:4

spittle bug, 2:20

Spooner, Brian, 16:42

sporoffyliau, Lepidostrobophyllum, 43:22(c)

spotted rock-rose, 11:46

spreading bellflower, 30:40

Springdale Farm, Gwent, 33:23

springtails, 27:21ff

Springwatch, 39:5

squirrels

++++Anglesey Red Squirrel Project, 19:38

++++attack by stoat, 31:46

++++grey, 1:11ff; 6:35ff; 19:37ff; 23:16ff

++++‘left handed’, 27:6

++++Mid Wales Red Squirrel Project, 23:16

++++pox 19:37ff; 23:17ff

++++red, 1:11; 4:6; 6:35, 4; 8:44; 19:37; 20:47; 23:16, 46; 31:46; 34;43; 37:42; 40:39; 43:42; 49:41; 50:39

SSSIs

++++management of, 16:45

++++review of, 15:11

++++selection of, 47:40; 48:46

St David, see Dewi Sant

St David’s, Pembs, 6:28; 35:31-32; 38:26

St Margaret’s Island, 8:27

St.Anne’s Head, 18:15

Stackpole, fungi on, 44:12

Stagbwll, 44:15

Staithe, Brancaster, 23:13

Stammers, Ben, 26:10; 34:8

Stanner Rocks, 41:38

Stansfield, Emma, 39:25

Stansfield, Steve, 22:28

Starkey, Nicky, 21:40-41

State of the Welsh Environment Report 2003, 9:14

sticklebacks, 23:4

++++sea, 7:10

++++three-spined, 7:10

stoat, 5:41 (c); 19:47; 31:46; 34:43; 37:42

Stone, Jonathan, 26:36

stonechat, 42:48

stonecrop

++++Australian swamp, see Crassula helmsii

++++rock, 20:20

stoneflies, 14:23

stonewort, 27:36

Stop Climate Chaos, 21:41, 44

stork, 1:46

storm damage, 50:13

++++impact on wildlife, 50:51

storm petrel, 6:44, 45; 12:31

Stowe, Tim, 3:40 (c), 41

Strabo, 26:19(c)

Strachan, Rob, 27:7; 29:27

strandline vegetation, 37:13

Strangford Lough, 47:50

Strata Florida, 49:52

Strategaeth Amgylcheddol Cymru, 10:44; 12:43; 19:44; 23:40; 35:32

Strategaeth Amgylcheddol y Cynulliad, 16:44; 18:44

Strategaeth Datblygu Cynaliadwy’r UE, 15:44

Strategaeth Ddŵr, 8:41

Strategaeth Forol Asiantaeth yr Amgylchedd, 18:17

Strategaeth Lisbon, 15:44

Straw Dogs – Thoughts on Humans & Other Animals by John Gray, 6:42

Stretton, Tammy, 20:29; 37:47

stromatolites, 30:19ff

sturgeon, 13:46; 18:47; 49:34(c)

Sturkeley, William (1687-1765), 11:8(c)

Sturrock, Ian, 8:4

stygobites, 44:51

styrsiwn, 49:34(c)

subterranean life, 44:51

subtidal survey, 1:43

Sudden Oak Death, 35:47

Sully Island, 20:39

sulphur, 12:18ff; 25:5ff; 38:11

suran y coed, 21:22

suran y mynydd (Oxyria digyna), 25:34(c)

surveying

++++airborne, 42:18

++++garden wildlife, 43:29

++++hyperspectral imagery, 42:18

++++LiDAR, 42:18

++++methods, 28:6, 36-37

++++NBGW, 47:48

++++sea-bed, 18:38

Sustainable Development Commission, 28:41

sustainable development, 4:46; 5:9ff, 46; 6:41; 9:14; 12:43; 15:10; 15:22, 45, 46; 24;26; 28:20

++++EU strategy, 15:45

++++government scheme, 8:41; 11:41; 15:45; 20:22

++++International Network, 9:43

Sustrans Cycle Network, 4:30

Sutcliffe, Steve, 8:24

Sutton, Matt, 12:18; 25:4; 38:10, 28; 47:24

swallow, 9:44; 36:20

swan, whooper, 8:15

Swann, Vicky, 47:24

Swansea Bay, 48:36 (c)

Swansea Conference, 5:46

Swansea Ecology Research Team (SERT), 48:30

Sweet Track, Somerset, 10:6

swift, 18:33; 49:8

Swmer, 46:15(c)

Swordfish Xiphias gladius, 34:40

sycamore, 6:32 (c); 7:13(c)

Symond’s Yat, 48:37(c)

sympathetic landscaping, 31:14(c)

Synaptus filiformis, 8:42