Sei whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/25/20 04:45:58Possibly detected48.6325-62.3444
08/25/20 11:45:58Possibly detected48.6226-62.3018
08/25/20 17:15:58Possibly detected48.6040-62.2549Pitch track on the CT17 is broken but I can complete it by eye quite readily and so I think this is real.
08/25/20 18:15:58Possibly detected48.6017-62.2526Five beautiful, loud, shapely, unambiguous upcalls. Four are classified. This is textbook. I note that the calls have been quite steeply sloped on this deployment.


Fin whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/25/20 00:30:58Detected48.6324-62.3776
08/25/20 08:30:58Possibly detected48.6380-62.33513 classified 20 Hz pulses in P12-13.


Right whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/25/20 12:45:58Possibly detected48.6182-62.2883Upcall is classified, isolated and decent shape. Its a bit quiet but meets the other three criteria so scoring as possible.
08/25/20 13:00:58Detected48.6171-62.2849Five classified and unclassified upcalls in P5, 6 and 7. Good shape, decently loud and all are isolated from other noise. Shapes are a bit short on two of them but others are very nicely shaped.
08/25/20 14:45:58Possibly detected48.6092-62.2613Classified upcall is decent shape and isolated but quiet. Meets criteria for possible.
08/25/20 17:00:58Possibly detected48.6046-62.2555Very nice upcall in P15 - loud, shapely and classified. Its another steep upcall so it was picked up as call type 18.
08/25/20 18:15:58Detected48.6017-62.2526Five beautiful, loud, shapely, unambiguous upcalls. Four are classified. This is textbook. I note that the calls have been quite steeply sloped on this deployment.
08/25/20 19:45:58Detected48.5971-62.2445At least three and possibly four nice upcalls in this period. Two are classified. Steep slope again, so being classified as CT18. The three unambiguous calls are loud, isolated, and shapely. The potential fourth, in P4, is quieter but still shapely.




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/25/20 08:30:5848.6380-62.33513 classified 20 Hz pulses in P12-13.
08/25/20 10:15:5848.6309-62.3155Classified upcall appears spurious.
08/25/20 12:15:5848.6204-62.2950Classified sei call is quiet and distorted. It is an incomplete pitch track. Not enough for a possible.
08/25/20 12:45:5848.6182-62.2883Upcall is classified, isolated and decent shape. Its a bit quiet but meets the other three criteria so scoring as possible.
08/25/20 13:00:5848.6171-62.2849Five classified and unclassified upcalls in P5, 6 and 7. Good shape, decently loud and all are isolated from other noise. Shapes are a bit short on two of them but others are very nicely shaped.
08/25/20 14:45:5848.6092-62.2613Classified upcall is decent shape and isolated but quiet. Meets criteria for possible.
08/25/20 17:00:5848.6046-62.2555Very nice upcall in P15 - loud, shapely and classified. Its another steep upcall so it was picked up as call type 18.
08/25/20 17:15:5848.6040-62.2549Pitch track on the CT17 is broken but I can complete it by eye quite readily and so I think this is real.
08/25/20 17:45:5848.6029-62.2538Possible unclassified upcall in P16? Check audio.
08/25/20 18:15:5848.6017-62.2526Five beautiful, loud, shapely, unambiguous upcalls. Four are classified. This is textbook. I note that the calls have been quite steeply sloped on this deployment.
08/25/20 19:30:5848.5979-62.2466Call type 18 in P3 is likely noise. Its quiet and contains artefacts. Noise of similar frequency and amplitude occurs in P4.
08/25/20 19:45:5848.5971-62.2445At least three and possibly four nice upcalls in this period. Two are classified. Steep slope again, so being classified as CT18. The three unambiguous calls are loud, isolated, and shapely. The potential fourth, in P4, is quieter but still shapely.


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