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1.2.2 Basic Input Data Requirements

     There are two basic types of inputs that are needed to run the ISC models.  They are (1) the input runstream file, and (2) the meteorological data file.  The runstream setup file contains the selected modeling options, as well as source location and parameter data, receptor locations, meteorological data file specifications, and output options.  The ISC models offer various options for file formats of the meteorological data.  These are described briefly later in this section, and in more detail in Sections 2 and 3.  A third type of input may also be used by the models when implementing the dry deposition and depletion algorithm.  The user may optionally specify a file of gridded terrain elevations that are used to integrate the amount of plume material that has been depleted through dry deposition processes along the path of the plume from the source to the receptor.  The optional terrain grid file is described in more detail in Section 3.  The user also has the option of specifying a separate file of hourly emission rates for the ISCST model.

 

 

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