Sei whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
10/02/20 16:45:58Possibly detected48.7168-62.5214The triplet has a 5 second IPI, which is longer than seis. More likely blue whale?
10/02/20 22:00:58Possibly detected48.7251-62.5441Infrasound in P15?


Blue whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
10/02/20 07:15:58Possibly detected48.6881-62.4299Two long downsweeps in P11 and P12.
10/02/20 07:30:58Detected48.6884-62.4312Very long arch-downsweeps in P15 and P16.
10/02/20 08:15:58Possibly detected48.6895-62.4351
10/02/20 09:15:58Detected48.6910-62.4403Loud arch call in P16.
10/02/20 09:30:58Possibly detected48.6913-62.4416Several short downsweeps
10/02/20 12:15:58Detected48.6959-62.4665A sequence of seventeen 5-8 second long downsweep. Possibly one infrasonic moan in P10.
10/02/20 12:30:58Detected48.6971-62.4708
10/02/20 13:15:58Possibly detected48.7007-62.4838
10/02/20 15:45:58Possibly detected48.7116-62.5162
10/02/20 16:45:58Possibly detected48.7168-62.5214The triplet has a 5 second IPI, which is longer than seis. More likely blue whale?




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
10/02/20 04:45:5848.6805-62.4284two potential SW downsweeps, but they are not classified and are very faint.
10/02/20 05:00:5848.6818-62.4293Potential arched call in P2, but broken.
10/02/20 07:15:5848.6881-62.4299Two long downsweeps in P11 and P12.
10/02/20 07:30:5848.6884-62.4312Very long arch-downsweeps in P15 and P16.
10/02/20 09:15:5848.6910-62.4403Loud arch call in P16.
10/02/20 09:30:5848.6913-62.4416Several short downsweeps
10/02/20 12:15:5848.6959-62.4665A sequence of seventeen 5-8 second long downsweep. Possibly one infrasonic moan in P10.
10/02/20 16:45:5848.7168-62.5214The triplet has a 5 second IPI, which is longer than seis. More likely blue whale?
10/02/20 17:15:5848.7194-62.5241Infrasound in P8?
10/02/20 18:30:5848.7258-62.5306Infrasound in P8?
10/02/20 20:45:5848.7258-62.5363Infrasounds in P10, P14-15?
10/02/20 22:00:5848.7251-62.5441Infrasound in P15?


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