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Journal of Bryology
The Journal of Bryology is one of the leading international bryological journals. It contains original research papers, book reveiews, lists of recent bryological literature etc., and is now published four times a year by Taylor & Francis . It is sent free of charge to all BBS members.
We were Maney's "Journal of the Month" for March 2012. Click here to visit the page which contains lots of extra information, background, articles and even a video starring Jeff Duckett.
The online version via Taylor & Francis Online is now available free to BBS members. Further details can be found here.
The following back numbers are available from the Librarian:
Transactions of the British Bryological Society/Journal of Bryology:
As from J. Bryol. vol. 21 inclusive, back issues will only be available from our publisher, Maney Publishing, Suite 1C, Joseph's Well, Hanover Walk, Leeds, LS3 1AB, UK
PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE CASH WITH ORDERS. Customers will be invoiced for the correct amount including postage and packing. A legibly printed address label would be appreciated. All the above are available from the BBS Librarian: Kenneth J. Adams, School of Health & Biosciences, University of East London, Stratford Campus, Romford Road, London, E15 4LZ, or email on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check availability with him before ordering.
New Cumulative Index of Publications 13.3
The latest version, 13.3, (17 October 2017) of the Cumulative Index is available for downloading from www.lumiweb.com. The index covers all of the printed publications of the Society and the version includes entries up to the Journal of Bryology, up to vol. 39 Part 3 published in September 2017 and Field Bryology 117 (May 2017). The format is a searchable pdf file of some 58,000 entries.
NEW: This version of the website also includes two new features
1. A list of all the references, ALLREFS, (nearly 80 thousand) cited in the Transactions of BBS (1947-1971) and Journal of Bryology (1972-2017). This list has been produced for those needing an aide memoire to find a specific reference when one’s memory has failed to remember the details, and Google is of little help.
2. PDFs of some difficult to find early Census Catalogues and similar publications from 1877 to 1965. Also a PDF of a short account of the history of the Moss Exchange Club (MEC) and British Bryological Society (BBS) from 1896 to 1944 by Miss Eleonora Armitage, the only lady member of the original membership in 1896.
The web site also has details of the MEC, lists of Past Officers, details of BBS publications and Census catalogues, etc, etc.
Indices to part of volume 23 and to some subsequent volumes appear here, to be viewed online or downloaded for local use.