|10/15/15 03:58:31||42.8251||-65.1929||p15 unknown LF noise|
|10/15/15 09:58:31||42.8092||-65.2255||p15, several LF calls that look like fin but only 1 classified and no obvious pattern|
|10/15/15 13:58:31||42.8336||-65.2813||Fin: p6-7, 5 classified fin calls in pattern. Faint, but convincing enough for detected.|
|10/15/15 14:58:31||42.8286||-65.2702||Sei: p7, 1 singlet that's classified humpback and amid other noise. Looks like sei but not
convincing enough for possible.
Fin: p11-13, several classified fin calls, but very faint and pattern is interrupted or broken. Not
enough for possible.|
|10/15/15 15:58:31||42.8326||-65.2789||p12 Loud unknown LF tonals.|
|10/15/15 16:58:31||42.8230||-65.2571||Sei: p13, loud, unclassified doublet with a steep shape. Other noise is present and shape isn't
great so I'm not confident enough for possible.|
|10/15/15 18:58:31||42.8218||-65.2588||Sei: p13, doublet with both classified. Interesting earlier doublet with both classified humpback call
type 17. |
|10/15/15 19:13:31||42.8228||-65.2613||Sei: unclassified doublet in p1. Pitch track is only ~10s long so this is a strange case, but by the
protocol I would call this possible.|
|10/15/15 19:58:31||42.8258||-65.2681||Fin: p9-10, classified Fin calls throughout these panels. A sei call partially obstructed one in p10,
but it's still distinguishable by amplitude.
Sei: p13, 1 classified singlet, but several other loud unclassified in p10-11 including 2 doublets.
Enough for detected.|
|10/15/15 20:58:31||42.8339||-65.2814||p13 downsweep that looks like sei. Not confident enough for possible.|
|10/15/15 23:13:31||42.8571||-65.3217||p4 LF downsweep that could be Sei.
Fin: p5, 7 fin calls in pattern with 5 classified. |
|10/15/15 23:58:31||42.8597||-65.3290||Fin: calling throughout|