Fin whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/28/20 12:30:58Detected48.6600-62.3774
08/28/20 14:00:58Possibly detected48.6678-62.3943three 20Hz pulses in p13, 14
08/28/20 16:00:58Possibly detected48.6682-62.4045Three classified 20 Hz pulses in sequence in P11-12 with constant IPI
08/28/20 16:30:58Detected48.6696-62.4098
08/28/20 20:30:58Detected48.6790-62.4586Sequence of 4 20 Hz pulses in p11, three classified, constant 9-10sec IPI.
08/28/20 20:45:58Possibly detected48.6807-62.4623Many classified 20 Hz pulses. IPI is not constant but I wonder if multiple whales are calling, given the high call detection rate.


Blue whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/28/20 03:30:58Possibly detected48.6237-62.2764Beautiful arch downsweep in P16
08/28/20 04:15:58Possibly detected48.6239-62.2849Interesting! Blue whale arch downsweep with a broken-up pitch track. Last portion of the call is classified as call type 1 (sei).




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
08/28/20 03:30:5848.6237-62.2764Beautiful arch downsweep in P16
08/28/20 04:15:5848.6239-62.2849Interesting! Blue whale arch downsweep with a broken-up pitch track. Last portion of the call is classified as call type 1 (sei).
08/28/20 11:15:5848.6536-62.3633What are the sounds in P6?
08/28/20 13:00:5848.6626-62.3830It has been very windy for the last few days. Background noise is high.
08/28/20 14:00:5848.6678-62.3943three 20Hz pulses in p13, 14
08/28/20 14:45:5848.6716-62.4027Possible unclassified upcall in P15. Decent shape, amplitude and isolation, but call is not classified. Check audio.
08/28/20 16:00:5848.6682-62.4045Three classified 20 Hz pulses in sequence in P11-12 with constant IPI
08/28/20 20:30:5848.6790-62.4586Sequence of 4 20 Hz pulses in p11, three classified, constant 9-10sec IPI.
08/28/20 20:45:5848.6807-62.4623Many classified 20 Hz pulses. IPI is not constant but I wonder if multiple whales are calling, given the high call detection rate.


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