Academic Research

Specialist Publications
White, R.M. (1968) The Vegetation of the Curraun Peninsula, Co. Mayo. Irish Naturalists Journal 16: 57-62.
White, R.M. (1968) Conservation in Waterperry Wood. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Natural History Society, Oxford 1968: 10-15.
Tittensor, R.M. (1970) History of the Loch Lomond Oakwoods. Scottish Forestry 24: 100-118.
Tittensor, R.M. & Steele, R.C. (1971) Plant Communities of the Loch Lomond Oakwoods. Journal of Ecology 59: 561-582.
Tittensor, R.M. (1971) Ecological Changes in the Loch Lomond Region. Transactions of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 41: 139-147.
Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (Eds.) (1976) Natural History of the Mens. Horsham Natural History Society, Horsham. 40pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (1978) A History of The Mens: a Sussex Woodland Common. Sussex Archaeological Collections, Lewes 116: 347-374.
Tittensor, R.M. (1979) The Evolution of the Landscape in the Chilgrove Area. Chapter in Down, A. (Ed.), Chichester Excavations IV, The Roman Villas at Chilgrove and Upmarden. Phillimore, Chichester, pp. 1-30.
Tittensor, R.M. (1980) Ecological History of the Yew (Taxus baccata L.) in Southern England. Biological Conservation.17: 243-265.
Tittensor, R.M. (1980) The Mens, a Woodland Nature Reserve in Sussex. In Brandon P. & Millman R. (Eds.) Recording Living Landscapes – Principles and Practice. 1st Edition, Polytechnic of North London, pp. 137-143.
Tittensor, R.M. (1981) A Sideways Look at Nature Conservation in Britain. University College, London, Discussion Paper in Conservation 29: 1-45.
Tittensor, R.M. (1981) Surveying Living Landscapes: the West Dean Estate, Sussex. Proceedings of a Conference on The Threat to the Historic Rural Landscape. Polytechnic of North London, 17-30.
Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1985) The Rabbit Warren at West Dean near Chichester. Sussex Archaeological Collections, Lewes 123: 151-185.
Coppins, B., Rose, F. & Tittensor, R.M. (1985) Lichens from a 16th Century Sussex Cottage. Lichenologist 17: 297- 298.
Tittensor, R.M. (1985) Conservation of our Historic Landscape Heritage. Folk Life 23: 5-20.
Sutton, J. & Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Coexistence of Wildlife and Intensive Agriculture. Proceedings of the European Ecology Symposium IV in Ecological Implications of Contemporary Agriculture, Ecological Bulletins 39. 200-201.
Booker, J. & Tittensor, R.M. (1992) Coppicing for Nature Conservation – the Practical Reality. Chapter in Buckley, G.P. (Ed.) Ecology and Management of Coppice Woodlands. Chapman & Hall, London, pp. 299-305.
Tittensor, R.M. (1994) A Woman’s Place. Bulletin of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management 13: 1, 4-5.
Tittensor, R. M. (2002) Report on the Vegetation of The Mens Woodland Reserve, West Sussex. English Nature Research Reports No.444. 84pp. & CD.
Tittensor, R. M. (2007) The Whitelee Forest Oral History Project. Scottish Woodland History Discussion Group Notes 12: 10-16.
Smout, T.C. & Tittensor, R.M. (2008) A Stab in the Dark: The Oral History of an Ayrshire Forest. Scottish Forestry 62:1, 3-8.
Tittensor, R.M. (2009) Word o Mooth o a 20th Century Scots Wuid 2004-09. Lallans 74: 106-108.
Tittensor, R.M. (2011) Using Oral History in Tracking Landscape Change. Research Booklet. Forestry Commission. (In Press). 12pp.
Tittensor, R. M. (2012) The Tradition of Collecting Eggs from the Whitelee Gulls’ Hags in the 20th Century. Ayrshire Notes . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tittensor, R. (2013) Visit to Dumfries House and Estate. SW and NI Region. Scottish Forestry 67 (4): 46.
Wilson, S.McG. & Tittensor, R. (2014) 20th Century Scottish Plantations: The Rise of “The Very Useful Tree” (SS). Native Woodlands Discussion Group Conference Novermber 2013.
Educational and Interpretative
Tittensor, R.M. (1968) The High Tatra National Park. Newsletter, Gloucestershire Trust for Nature Conservation 1968.
Tittensor, R.M. (1969) Red Squirrels in a Scottish Pine Forest. Scotland’s Magazine 1969.
Tittensor, R.M. (1970) In Praise of Conifers. Newsletter, Gloucestershire Trust for Nature Conservation.
Tittensor, R.M. (1973) The Mens Nature Reserve. Newsletter, Sussex Trust for Nature Conservation, March 1973.
Tittensor, R.M. (1977) Herbs, Hops and Berries. Recipe Booklet using Sussex Plants and their Fruits. Workers’ Educational Association, Chichester Branch.
Tittensor, R.M. (1981) Natural History and Landscape. Chapter in Simon, N. (Ed.) The Edward James Foundation. Lund Humphries, London.
Heymann, M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1981) Ecological Appraisal of an Agricultural Estate. Chartered Surveyor Jan. 1981: 425-426.
Tittensor, R.M. (1992) The First Theft of the Countryside. Country Landowner Jan. 1982.
Tittensor, R.M. & Donovan, P. (1982) Woodland Wallchart. Educational Poster Showing Landscape Evolution in the Lavant Valley, Sussex, Weald & Downland Open- Air Museum, Chichester, 48.5 x 54 cm.
Tittensor, R.M. (1983) The Woodland Trail. Nature Trail Leaflet, Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Chichester.
Tittensor, R.M. (1983) West Dean Estate, Sussex. Information & Publicity Brochure. Edward James Foundation, West Dean College, Chichester,
Tittensor, R.M. (1984) Historic Landscapes in Britain. Newsletter, Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group, Summer 1984.
Tittensor, R.M. (1985) The Commonwork Ecology Project. Information Leaflet, Commonwork Land Trust, Bore Place, Edenbridge, Kent.
Tittensor, R.M. (1996) Farming Grass and Conserving Nature. West Sussex Grassland Society Journal, October 1986.
Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1986) Conserving Wildlife the Right Way on the Farm. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, ‘Summer Farmlife’, 1986: 4.
Tittensor, R.M. (1986) Farmers and Scientists Working Together. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, ‘Autumn Farmlife’, 1986.
Tittensor, R.M. (1986) Conservation on the Commercial Fruit Farm. Article for the Marden Fruit Show, Kent.
Tittensor, R.M. (1986) Is Agriculture the Oldest Application of Ecology? Chartered Surveyor Weekly, April 1987.
Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Forage Problems for Bees. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, ‘Spring Farmlife’, 1987.
Tittensor, R.M. & Pitts, D. (1987) Hives on a Volcano. Central Southern Farmer, August 1987.
Tittensor. R.M. (1987) Nature Conservation on Sussex Farmland. Leaflet, Council for the Preservation of Rural England, Sussex Branch, Lindfield, 16pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Management of Farm Woodlands in Sussex. Leaflet, Council for the Protection of Rural England, Sussex Branch, Lindfield, 16pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Sainfoin: Traditional Crop Full of Memories. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, ‘Summer Farmlife’, 1987.
Tittensor. R.M. (1987) Rabbits Show Great Ability, to Survive through the Centuries. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, ‘Autumn Farmlife’, 1987.
Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Choices for the Future of Sussex 2000. West Sussex Gazette, – Aundel, ‘Greenprint for Sussex 2000’ Campaign.
Tittensor R.M. (1987) No Panic for Tree Planting. West Susscx Gazette, Arundel, 1987.
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Bees: the Forgotten Stock. Farming Review, February 1988. (Also South-East Farmer and South-West Farmer, 1988).
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Secrets of a Bee Man’s Garden. Sussex Life, April 1988.
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Planting for the 21st Century. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, March 1988 (following the Hurricane of October 1987).
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) A Hive of Activity Down Under: Beekeeping in New Zealand. Country Life 23/6/88.
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Centuries of Use for Oaks. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, 2 Articles, October 1988.
Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Oaks’ Vital Links with Wildlife. West Sussex Gazette, Arundel, November 1988.
Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Harbouring Concern. Country Life, February 1989.
Tittensor, R.M. (1999) Golden Dogs from a Golden County. Country Life, July 1989.
Tittensor, R.M. (1989) A Case Study of Farming with Conservation: Apuldram Manor Farm. Leaflet, Council for the Preservation of Rural England, Sussex Branch, Lindfield, 16pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Restocking Farm Ponds with Aquatic Plants for Conservation. Leaflet, Countryside Management Consultancy, Arundel, 8pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Beekeeping and the Countryside. Central Southern Farmer, July 1989.
Tittensor, R.M. (1989) An Ecological Context for Landscape Designs. Landscape Issues, 6: 61-63.
Tittensor, R.M. (1990) Parish Ponds. Newsletter, Walberton Parish Council, Arundel.
Tittensor, R.M. (1990.) Beehives of Willow Basket-work. Newsletter, The Basketmakers’ Association, Spring 1990.
Tittensor, R.M. (1990) A Landscape for Honeybees. The Beekeepers Quarterly, 21: 30-31.
Beale, S.C.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1990) A Landscape for Sailing. Countryside Commission News, July 1990.
Tittensor, R. M. (2004) A Landscape of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Chapter in Book ‘Chichester Harbour: an informal look at the last 100 years’. Published by Chichester Harbour Conservancy.
Tittensor, R. M. (2005) Whitelee: an Oral History of a 20th Century Scottish Forest. Forestry Commission Newsletter ‘FCA Today’, 1p.
Tittensor, R. M. (2005) Word o Mooth o a 20th Century Scots Wuid / The Oral History of a 20th Century Scottish Forest. Information Brochure for Research Project.
Tittensor, R.M. (2007) Whitelee Forest Oral History Project: Update. FCA Today, August 2007. 1p.
Tittensor, R.M. (2008) Whitelee: an Oral History of a 20th Century Scottish Forest. Scottish Oral History Group Newsletter. 2pp.
Tittensor, R. M. (2010) What’s So Special About Peat? Its Importance to Scotland and the World. Information Leaflet, Countryside Management Consultancy.
Tittensor, R. M. (2011) Oral History of Afforestation. Forestry Commission Association, April 2011. 4pp.
Tittensor, Ruth (2011) Rural History, Ecology and Land Management. Rural History Today, Issue 20, 2pp.
Tittensor, R. M. (2013) What is a Tree? Royal Scottish Forestry Society Web Site.
Tittensor, R. M. (2014) Dumfries House and Estate: Visit by RSFS South-west and Northern Ireland Region on 23rd September 2013.

Consultancy Reports
1. White, R.M. (1966) Waterperry Wood. Nature Conservancy South Region (England), 160pp.
2. White, R.M. (1966) Study of the Vegetation of the Curraun Peninsula, Co. Mayo, Eire, Using Phytosociological Methods. Submitted to Oxford University for Competitive Scholarship, 45pp.
3. Tittensor, R. M. (1969) The Role of Man and Other Ecological Factors in Determining the Variation Within Oakwoods East of Loch Lomond. M.Sc. Thesis. Edinburgh University, 170pp.
4. Tittensor, R.M. (1970) Research on the Mainland Part of the Loch Lomond N.N.R., Kilmaronock, Dunbartonshire. Nature Conservancy South Region (Scotland), 30pp.
5. Tittensor, R.M. (1971) Survey of the Exceat Country Park, East Sussex. Nature Conservancy South East Region (England), 22pp.and Maps.
6. Tittensor, R.M. (1971) The Bialowieza Forest. B.B.C. Natural History Unit, Bristol, 27pp.
7. Tittensor, R. M. (1971) Report of a Study on Bedham Common. Sussex Trust for Nature Conservation, Woods Mill, Henfield, 35pp.
8. Tittensor, R.M. (1973) The Vegetation of Chichester Harbour. Report of Detailed Botanical Study of Intertidal Vegetation, with Reference to Food and Feeding of Brent Geese, Sussex Ornithological Society, 53pp. and Map.
9. Tittensor, R.M. (1974) A Survey of South Downs Woodlands: A Study of the Flora and History of Woods on the Western South Downs (Sussex and Hampshire), and their Significance to Modern Management. Woodland Section, Nature Conservancy, Monks Wood Experimental Station, Huntingdon, 59pp.
10. Tittensor, R.M. (1976) The Ecological History of Yew (Taxus baccata L.) Woodlands on the South Downs. Royal Society Library, London, 200pp.
11. Tittensor, R.M. (1976) A Survey of the ltchen Valley, Hampshire. Report and Maps, Nature Conservancy Council. South Region (England),
12. Tittensor, R.M. (1979) An Ecological Appraisal of the West Dean Estate. Report and Maps, Edward James Foundation, West Dean College , Chichester, 124pp.
13. Tittensor, R.M. (1979) Report to the Royal Society on a Visit to Czechoslovakia and Poland. Report Deposited in the Royal Society Library, London, 80pp.
14. Tittensor, R.M. (1979) Report on Agriculture in Czechoslovakia and Poland. National Farmers Union, Agriculture House, Liss, 29pp.
15. Tittensor, R.M. (1982) Betchworth Quarry, Surrey. Report to Residents on the Possible Re-creation of Chalk Downland, 60pp.
16. Tittensor, R.M. (1982) Tismans, Rudgwick, Sussex. Report on Farm History, Particularly the Medieval Glassworks, 10pp.
17. Odin, I.J. & Tittensor, R.M. (1983) Game and Sport on the West Dean Estate. Report to the Standing Conference on Countryside Sports.
18. Tittensor, R.M. (1983) Hedges on Chilgrove Farm, Sussex. Report on the History, Ecology and Management of Medieval Hedgerows, 6pp.
19. Tittensor, R.M. (1983) The Historical Importance of Hedges in the Weald. Article in Booklet for Farm Open-Day at Pondtail Farm, West Grinstead, Horsham 2pp.
20. Tittensor, R.M. (1983) Lodge Hill Farm West Dean: History, Ecology and Conservation. Management Plan for the Conservation of Historical and Ecological Sites on the Farm. Prepared for the Edward James Foundation and Tenant Farmer, 53pp. and Map.
21. Tittensor, R.M. (1983) Woodland History in West Sussex. Contribution to the Inventory of Ancient Woodlands, Nature Conservancy Council, Huntingdon, 23pp and Maps.
22. Tittensor, R.M. (1984) Management Plan for Species-rich Meadow, Chilgrove, Sussex. Edward James Foundation.
23. Tittensor, R.M. (1984) A Report on Potential Woodland-pasture at the Weald and Downland Open-Air Museum. Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester, 63pp.
24. Tittensor, R.M. (1984) Proposals for the Bore Place Ecology Project. Commonwork Land Trust, Bore, Place Edenbridge, Kent, 26pp.
25. Tittensor, R.M. (1985) Management Plan for Medieval Hedge, Crows Hall Farm. Prepared for the Edward James Foundation and Tenant Farmer, 12pp.
26. Tittensor, R.M. (1985) Management Plan for Salterns Copse, Apuldram Manor Farm. Prepared for the Tenant Farmer and Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 55pp.
27. Tittensor, R.M. et al (1985) Sindles Farm, Aldsworth, West Sussex. Ecological Survey: Parts 1, 2 & Appendices. 3 Reports Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 43pp, 35pp, 90pp. and Maps.
28. Tittensor, R.M. et al (1985) Apuldram Manor Farm, West Sussex. Ecological Survey: Parts 1, 2 & Appendices. 3 Reports Prepared for the Tenant Farmer, 41pp, 50pp, 90pp. and Maps.
29. Tittensor, R.M. (1986) Manor Farm, West Dean: Conservation of a Historic Landscape. Management Plan Prepared for the Edward James Foundation and Tenant Farmer, 38pp. and Maps.
30. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1986) Wealden Shaws: a Landscape Setting for Bayleaf Farmhouse. Report on the Recreation of Three Kentish Shaws. Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester, 53pp.
31. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1986) Cobnor Coppice, Chidham: Management Plan. Silvicultural Plan Prepared for the Landowner, 73pp.
32. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1986) Langstone Mill Pond: Management Plan. Prepared for the Landowner and Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 50pp. and Maps.
33. Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Ecological Survey of Hoddern Farm. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 50pp.and Maps.
34. Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1987) The Cultural Landscape of Garlands Farm, Northchapel, West Sussex, England. American Museum of Frontier Culture, 15pp.
35. Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1987) Crows Hall Farm, West Dean: Habitat Survey. For the Edward James Foundation and the Tenant, Farmer, 52pp. and Maps.
36. Tittensor, R. M. (1988) Report on Eucalyptus and Clover Seed for Bees. Report for Mr. A. H. Chitty, 7pp.
37. Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1998) Map History of Cobnor Farm, Chidham, West Sussex. Report & Map Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 16pp.
38. Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Beehives in Medieval England, a Preliminary Report. Report Prepared for the Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Chichester, 7pp.
39. Tittensor, A.M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Blackdown Park Farm, West Sussex: Landscape Survey. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 43pp. and Maps.
40. Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Beehives in Medieval England, Part 2 Specifications for Replica Medieval Wicker Hive. For the Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Chichester, 5pp.
41. Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Beehives in Medieval England, Part 3: Specifications for Replica Straw Hive. For the Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Chichester, 5pp.
42. Robertson P. & Tittensor, R.M., (1988) Colworth Farm, West Dean Ecological Survey. For the Edward James Foundation and Tenant Farmer, 61pp. and Maps.
43. Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Fauna Survey of Cobnor Farm, Chidham, West Sussex. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 39pp.
44. Waters, D. & Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Blackdown Park Farm, West Sussex: New ‘Conservation-Crop Regime’. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 26pp.
45. Tittensor, R.M. (1988) Blackdown Park Farm, West Sussex, Conservation of the Parkland. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 10pp.
46. Tittensor, R.M. & Knight, D.J. (1988) Blackdown Park Farm, West Sussex: Amenity Orchards. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 20pp.
47. Schnaar, M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Blackdown Park Farm Monitoring Plan. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 7pp.
48. Schnaar, M. & Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Blackdown Park Farm: Management Plan for Horse Pasture. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 15pp.
49. Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Beehives in Medieval England, Part 4: Practical Applications. Report Prepared for the Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum, Chichester, 7pp.
50. Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Cobnor Farm, Chidham: Botanical Survey of Grassland. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 30pp.
51. Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Cobnor Farm, Chidham: Grassland Management Plan. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 14pp.
52. Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Cobnor Farm, Chidham: Pond Management. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 10pp.
53. Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Cobnor Farm, Chidham: Ecological Survey. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 60pp. and Maps.
54 Tittensor, R.M. (1989) Ridge Hill Estate, West Sussex: Landscape Survey. Report Prepared for the Landowner, 60pp.
55. Tittensor, R.M. (1990) Historic Landscapes Survey of The Gumber, Slindon Estates, West Sussex. National Trust, South Region, Polesdon Lacey, 5pp. and Maps.
56. Tittensor, R.M. (1991) Historic Landscape Survey of the Bignor Valley, West Sussex. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 60pp. and Maps.
57. Tittensor, R.M. (1991) Historic Landscape Survey of the Bignor Valley, Part 2. Report Prepared for the Landowner/Farmer, 30pp.
58. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1993) Church Farm, Binsted: Habitat Survey. Report for the Landowner/Farmer, 44pp. and Maps.
59. Tittensor, R.M. (1993) Amberley Museum: Amberley Museum: Environmental Report and Management Plan. Amberley Chalkpits Industrial Museum, Houghton, Arundel, 110pp.
60. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1994) Bosham Hoe Estate, West Sussex: Ecology Report and Management Plan. Report Prepared for the Hoe Estate Company Ltd and Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 111pp. and Maps.
61. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1994) Bosham Hoe Estate, West Sussex : Fauna and Flora Species Lists. Report Prepared for Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 14pp.
62. Tittensor, R.M. (1996) A Day to Focus on Women, Science, Engineering and Technology (Women in SET). Report to the Institute of Biology, 10pp.
63. Tittensor, R.M. (1996) Women in Science, Engineering and Industry. Report of a Franco-British meeting. Institute of Biology, 2pp.
64. Tittensor, R.M. (1996) Bayleaf Shaws at the Weald & Downland Open-Air Museum. An Interim Report to the O.A.M., 5pp.
65. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1997) Nautical Charts at Bucklers Hard Maritime Museum Hampshire. Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 10pp.
66. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1997) Fishbourne Meadows, West Sussex: Grassland Management. Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 27pp.
67. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1997) Redlands Lane Woodland, West Wittering, West Sussex: Ecology Report. Report to Mr. P. Dawson, 27pp.
68. Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1998) West Ashling Mill Pond: Ecology Survey and Conservation Management Plan. Report to Mr. I. McGrath & W.S.C.C. 68pp.
69. Tittensor, R.M. (1999) An Island for West Ashling Mill Pond. Report to Mr. I. McGrath, 8pp.
70. Tittensor, R. M. (1999) Ellanore Shore, Chichester Harbour, West Sussex: Rabbit and Erosion Problems. Report to Chichester Harbour Conservancy, 20pp.
71. Tittensor, R. M. (2002) Redlands Lane Woodland, West Wittering, West Sussex. 2 Reports to Mr. P. Dawson, 10pp.
72. Tittensor, R. M. (2002) Report on Continuing Professional Development. Institute of Biology, 10pp.
Tittensor, R. M. (2006) Whitelee Forest Oral History Project. Report to Forestry Commission, 60pp.
Tittensor, Ruth M. (2010) Potential Local-Study Project, by the Residents of the River Clyde Fountainhead Locality, of their Communities, Environment and History. Report to Mrs Elizabeth Roberts, Crokkedstane Rig, South Lanarkshire. 6pp.
Tittensor, Ruth (2012) Ayrshire Big Y’Uns. Heavy Horse Magazine

Booklets
Tittensor, R.M. & Tittensor, A.M. (1986) Nature Conservation for Busy Farmers. Countryside Management Consultancy, Arundel, 40pp.
2. Tittensor, R. M. (2004) Alexander Fleming, Darvel and Antibiotics. Booklet, Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel. 20pp.
3. Tittensor, R.M. (2006) The History and Use of Peat in the Whitelee Forest Area. Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel, 36pp.
4. Tittensor, R.M. (2006) Digging Peat and Draining Moorland on the Whitelee Hills Before and After Whitelee Forest. Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel, 10pp.
5. Tittensor, R.M. (2006). The Gulls’ Hags. Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel, 20pp.
6. Tittensor, R.M. (2006) The ‘Gentian’ Plant (Meum athamanticum). Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel, 39pp.
Tittensor, R.M. (2006) Labrador Tea (Rhododendron groenlandicum) in Whitelee Forest. Countryside Management Consultancy, Darvel, 5pp.
Tittensor, Ruth (2011) The Forgotten Forest: The Story of Whitelee Forest in the 20th Century. Forestry Commission Scotland (Touchwood History), Edinburgh, 64pp.

Books
Tittensor, R.M. (1991) West Dean: A History of Conservation on a Sussex Estate. Felpham Press, Bognor Regis, 160pp.
Tittensor, Ruth (2009) From Peat Bog to Conifer Forest: An Oral History of Whitelee, its Community and Landscape. Packard Publishing, Chichester, 237pp.Short-listed for the Saltire Society Scottish History Book of the Year Award in 2009
Tittensor, Ruth (2016) Shades of Green: An Environmental and Cultural History of Sitka Spruce. Oxbow Books. Oxford.

Exhibitions
1. This is Sussex: It’s Yours to Look After. For the Council for the Protection of Rural England, Ardingly.
2. Farming Can Conserve. For the National Farmers’ Union, Chichester.
3. Coexistence of Wildlife and Intensive Agriculture. For the British Ecological Society, Wageningen.
4. History of Bedham Common. For the Sussex Wildlife Trust, Henfield.
5. West Dean Estate: History and Ecology. For the Edward James Foundation, Chichester.
6. Women in Biology. For the Institute of Biology, Edinburgh.
7. Woodland Exhibition. For the Weald and Downland Open-Air Museum, Sussex.
8. Medieval Beehives. For the Weald and Downland Open-Air Museum, Sussex.
9. Past Land Uses in Southern England. For the Weald and Downland Open-Air Museum, Sussex.
10. Trees, Ships and Explorers. For the Committee on the Public Understanding of Science, Hampshire.
11. Peat: Natural Carbon Capture. For Mr. Hugh Hendry, Middlefield Farm, Ayrshire.
12. Mapping Edible Berries in the Irvine Valley, Ayrshire. For the Penicuik Community Develoment Trust, Midlothian. November 2013.

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