Sei whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
10/08/22 19:36:40Possibly detected40.3443-73.4844Two LF downsweeps in P3 and 5, one with a call type 17 classification. They look much straighter than typical SW calls but there are no higher frequency vocalizations that indicate HW presence.
10/08/22 23:36:40Possibly detected40.3443-73.4844LF calls in P5 and 11. P11 is a nicer downsweep that could potentially be SW, but the call in P5 is concave down and has artifacts. They look like they could be from the same source though.




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
10/08/22 19:21:4040.3443-73.4844Two faint LF downsweeps in P8 and 9, possible SW?
10/08/22 19:36:4040.3443-73.4844Two LF downsweeps in P3 and 5, one with a call type 17 classification. They look much straighter than typical SW calls but there are no higher frequency vocalizations that indicate HW presence.
10/08/22 20:21:4040.3443-73.4844Two possible LF downsweeps in P4 and 9 but they’re shorter and a bit jagged. Possible SW?
10/08/22 21:21:4040.3443-73.4844One LF downsweep with a call type 17 classification in P8 but it’s short and jagged, could also be noise?
10/08/22 23:21:4040.3443-73.4844Possible LF downsweep in P7 but the amplitude is inconsistent and it has a jagged shape. The pitch tracks above it could be spurious or harmonics.
10/08/22 23:36:4040.3443-73.4844LF calls in P5 and 11. P11 is a nicer downsweep that could potentially be SW, but the call in P5 is concave down and has artifacts. They look like they could be from the same source though.
10/08/22 23:51:4040.3443-73.4844LF call type 17 downsweep in P4, could be SW but almost has a slight concave down shape.


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