Physeter macrocephalus Mediterranean 9/8/2003 Animal a Depth Profile
Johnson, Mark P.
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Location40º 40', 7º 55.88'
Location: Mediterranean, Species: Physeter macrocephalus (Sperm Whale, Cachalot), Permit: NMFS Permit # 981-1707 issued to Peter L. Tyack, Water Depth: 544m
Original Sampling Rate: 50 Hz, Sampling Rate of this file: 1Hz, Channels: 1, Resolution: .05 meters, Recording device: DTAG serial number 202, Filter: 4Hz
Suggested CitationDataset: Johnson, Mark P., "Physeter macrocephalus Mediterranean 9/8/2003 Animal a Depth Profile", 2008-10-01, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/2450
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