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Thirteen humpback whales were tagged with multi-sensor digital recording tags (DTAGs, v2; ) with a Fastloc-GPS logger (F2G 134A, Sirtrack, New Zealand) mounted on top, at northern latitudes between 74.00° and 79.03° and eastern longitudes between 9.79° and 20.68° in 2011 and 2012 (Table 1). The tags were attached to each whale with suction cups using a pneumatic tag launching system (ARTS; ) or using a 15-m carbon fibre pole, cantilevered in a bow-mounted oarlock . The DTAGs had 1 or 2 hydrophones and recorded sound with 16-bit resolution, at 96 kHz sampling rate. The DTAGs also recorded 50 Hz pressure, temperature, tri-axial acceleration and tri-axial magnetic field-strength data. Prior to tag deployment, the internal clock of the DTAG was set to local time (synced to 1 s) using a GPS receiver. Fastloc-GPS loggers were configured to record a GPS snapshot almost instantaneously after the device emerged from the water during a surfacing of the whale. The minimum time interval between GPS snapshots was set to 30 s.
Five tests were conducted in June 2012 in waters near Tromsø, Norway (69.79°N, 19.19°E) and waters near Longyearbyen, Svalbard (78.56°N, 14.95°E) to quantify the accuracy of visual observations. The observers estimated range (radial distance) and bearing to an orange heavy duty inflatable buoy that had a diameter of 1.2 m. A handheld GPS receiver (Etrex Legend HCx, Garmin, Schaffhausen, Switzerland) with EGNOS capability was attached on top of the buoy for recording its GPS positions for groundtruthing. A total of seven observers participated in the tests (the same individuals who conducted the focal follows on tagged humpback whales); two or three observers participated at the same time. The observation boat from where visual estimates were made sailed an undetermined course, making occasional turns, matching operations during whale tracking. To imitate the data coverage during real focal follows, the boat was within
Found just before the secret (red) flagpole in 4-Ghost House (Swaying Ghost House), this tile is covered up by the grassy version. In context (see below), it indicates that the area originally did not have grass at all. The dirt in this area is positioned one tile too high in most places, which further implies that the floor objects were originally only one tile high (as would be expected if there was no grass). 2b1af7f3a8