|10/09/15 03:58:31||42.8533||-65.1346||Strange noise process in p4-5. Check spectrogram|
|10/09/15 05:58:31||42.8618||-65.1315||Unknown LF tonals with harmonics in p10. Check spectrogram|
|10/09/15 06:58:31||42.8733||-65.1488||1 classified sei downsweep in p10, but also 2 unknown HF downsweeps that could be
humpback. If there's a humpback around I'm not as confident in the sei detection. This is
borderline, but the presence of multiple HF calls pushes me to humpback vs sei whale.
|10/09/15 07:13:31||42.8726||-65.1458||Great, loud doublet with both classified. This makes me suspect the previous was probably
sei, but I'll try to stay objective.|
|10/09/15 07:58:31||42.8711||-65.1380||Sei: 1 classified, faint singlet amid noise process. Not confident enough for possible|
|10/09/15 08:58:31||42.8745||-65.1405||Several unknown "moans", possibly right whale. Check spectrogram|
|10/09/15 11:58:31||42.8678||-65.1137||Unknown LF calls in p13. Check spectrogram|
|10/09/15 14:58:31||42.8499||-65.1049||Sei: 3 singlets, 1 classified sei and 1 humpback. Enough for possible|
|10/09/15 15:13:31||42.8517||-65.1063||2 loud, unclassified sei singlets. Not enough for possible because neither are classified.
|10/09/15 15:58:31||42.8564||-65.1106||Sei: 2 singlets, 1 classified. Enough for possible
Unknown consistent calling in p10-12, looks like fin but more FM and more variable. Check
|10/09/15 17:58:31||42.8659||-65.1335||Right: 1 classified, but poor shape and faint. Several other candidates, but none are
particularly shapely or convincing. Also have strange amplitude distributions.
Sei: 1 classified loud shapely singlet in p6. Enough for possible.
|10/09/15 18:58:31||42.8759||-65.1543||Right: Beautiful classified upcall in p5. Convincing but not quite enough for detected
Sei: possible singlet in p13. Not enough for possible|