Fin whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
11/16/22 14:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 14:36:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 18:36:40Possibly detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 18:51:40Possibly detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 19:06:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 19:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 19:36:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 20:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 21:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844Unclassified FW pulses.
11/16/22 22:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 22:51:40Detected40.3443-73.4844
11/16/22 23:21:40Detected40.3443-73.4844Nice FW pulse train with classifications and harmonics.


Right whale:

Date/time (local)OccurrenceLatitudeLongitudeNotes
11/16/22 14:06:40Possibly detected40.3443-73.4844RW classification in P14 but the pitch track is shallow and ends in a short tonal. Perhaps a partially pitch tracked upcall or moan? It could also be a loud noise, no other signs of RW presence.




Notes:

Date/time (local)LatitudeLongitudeNotes
11/16/22 01:06:4040.3443-73.4844Possible RW or HW upcalls in P16? There’s a longer loud one followed by a much shorter fainter sound that could be noise. No classifications or other signs of HW presence, source unknown.
11/16/22 14:06:4040.3443-73.4844RW classification in P14 but the pitch track is shallow and ends in a short tonal. Perhaps a partially pitch tracked upcall or moan? It could also be a loud noise, no other signs of RW presence.
11/16/22 21:21:4040.3443-73.4844Unclassified FW pulses.
11/16/22 23:21:4040.3443-73.4844Nice FW pulse train with classifications and harmonics.


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