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Over 25 years, the Trust funded over 125 research projects with a total grant value of approximately £380,000. A list of the projects funded can be seen by clicking here.The results of much of this research were published in the Trust’s monographs and The Irregular and if it has it may be possible to find it elsewhere on this website by putting keywords from the title, or the author’s name, into the ‘Quick search’ facility above.

In addition, unpublished theses, papers and a few rough drafts are available in this section. An index to the documents so far included is below. It can be searched by keyword (using the box to the below right) or sorted by clicking on any of the titles. Clicking the title will bring up a readable file of the relevant document.

YearAuthorTitleFunding from RMRT
1970D.H.S.Foot and D.N.M. StarkieAshford-Hastings Railway Line: Cost Benefit AnalysisNo
1987Martyn WallerThe Flandrian Vegetational History and Environmental Development of the Brede and Pannel Valleys; East SussexYes
1996C.D. SpencerThe Holocene Evaluation of Romney Marsh: A Record of Sea-Level Change in a Back-Barrier EnvironmentYes
2002Paul StupplesLate Holocene intertidal sedimentation: A Lithostratigraphic approach to Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction in the Wainway channel, Romney Marsh, southeast EnglandYes
2007M.J. GrantEvaluating the role of burning on the western edge of Romney Marsh during the HoloceneYes
1985Jill EddisonDevelopments in the Lower Rother Valleys up to 1660 (from Vol 102 of Archaeologia Cantiana and reproduced with the kind permission of the Kent Archaeological Society)No
1984Jill EddisonThe Reclamation of Romney Marsh (from Vol 99 of Archaeologia Cantiana and reproduced with the kind permission of the Kent Archaeological Society)No
1971University Of Reading, Department Of GeographySocial Survey Of Dungeness, April 1971No
2009Terreena BellingerMonument And Transcription List: Lydd Church, 2009Yes
1990G.S.R MorrisAspects Of Environmental Change During The Flandrian AgeNo
1983Jill Eddison, J.P. Carr, and I.P. JolliffeEndangered Coastlines of Geomorphological Importance (from Vol 149 No 1 of The Geographical Journal and reproduced with their kind permission)No
2010Alan DickinsonTimber Towers and Spires of Romney Marsh and Hinterland: A Developmental and Conservation StudyYes
1995Jill EddisonThe Historical Potential of Romney Marsh (from March 1995 issue of The Journal of Kent History and reproduced with their kind permission)No