James Shipman

James Shipman
The Gibraltar National Museum · Chiroptera

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Introduction
Skills and Expertise

Publications

Publications (2)
Conference Paper
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Gibraltar is a small country near the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula bordering Spain. Covering an area of just 7km2, most of the territory is dominated by the famous Rock of Gibraltar, a monolithic Jurassic limestone promontory rising 426m above the Mediterranean Sea. Riddled with over 200 recorded natural caves and 55km of tunnels, Gibr...
Technical Report
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A study of Gibraltar's bat populations for their protection and conservation of their habitats.

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Projects (2)
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Temporal and spatial dynamics - the use of cave sites by Miniopterus schreibersii in Southern Iberia and North Africa.
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This study was originally started to clearly establish what bat species are living year round in Gibraltar and what species use the Rock during certain times of the year. The project aims to educate the community on bats and also advise HM Government of Gibraltar on how to protect these endangered animals and their habitats.