Fin whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
03/12/22 00:28:28Detected42.2573-70.2099One possible faint classified upcall in P13.
03/12/22 01:13:28Detected42.2550-70.2167
03/12/22 01:28:28Detected42.2543-70.2190
03/12/22 02:13:28Possibly detected42.2534-70.2256
03/12/22 02:28:28Possibly detected42.2533-70.2312
03/12/22 04:01:12Detected42.2526-70.2644
03/12/22 04:43:28Possibly detected42.2528-70.2756
03/12/22 06:13:28Possibly detected42.2466-70.2983
03/12/22 08:13:28Possibly detected42.2438-70.3044
03/12/22 08:59:33Possibly detected42.2411-70.3043
03/12/22 10:13:28Possibly detected42.2412-70.2980
03/12/22 11:13:28Possibly detected42.2390-70.2945
03/12/22 15:13:28Detected42.2286-70.3079
03/12/22 16:12:34Possibly detected42.2268-70.3244Possible unclassified upcall in P9 but it has a jagged shape.
03/12/22 16:28:28Possibly detected42.2253-70.3246
03/12/22 19:13:28Detected42.2196-70.3589
03/12/22 19:28:28Possibly detected42.2196-70.3612


Right whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
03/12/22 00:28:28Possibly detected42.2573-70.2099One possible faint classified upcall in P13.
03/12/22 12:13:28Possibly detected42.2381-70.2894Four possible upcalls in P2, 6, 7, and 15, the first three are short and some have spurious pitch tracks around them. The upcall in P15 is long and loud but unclassified.
03/12/22 13:13:28Possibly detected42.2347-70.2928Four possible upcalls with one classification in P11, 12, 14, and 16 but the last two have spurious pitch tracks around them.
03/12/22 13:28:28Possibly detected42.2339-70.2936Two possible upcalls with one classification in P1-2.


Humpback whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
03/12/22 03:13:28Detected42.2529-70.2478




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
03/12/22 00:28:2842.2573-70.2099One possible faint classified upcall in P13.
03/12/22 05:13:2842.2507-70.2831Possible faint classified upcall in P2 but it has a flat shape and could easily be noise.
03/12/22 12:13:2842.2381-70.2894Four possible upcalls in P2, 6, 7, and 15, the first three are short and some have spurious pitch tracks around them. The upcall in P15 is long and loud but unclassified.
03/12/22 13:13:2842.2347-70.2928Four possible upcalls with one classification in P11, 12, 14, and 16 but the last two have spurious pitch tracks around them.
03/12/22 13:28:2842.2339-70.2936Two possible upcalls with one classification in P1-2.
03/12/22 14:28:2842.2302-70.2968One possible classified upcall in P7 but itís very faint. Three loud LF downsweeps in P11, species unknown.
03/12/22 16:12:3442.2268-70.3244Possible unclassified upcall in P9 but it has a jagged shape.
03/12/22 18:13:2842.2214-70.3522Two loud LF downsweeps in P16, species unknown.
03/12/22 18:18:2242.2214-70.3522Two loud LF downsweeps in P3 with one SW classification but they look too far apart to be a classic doublet.


Back