In addition to the tabular printed output products described above, the ISC models provide options for several types of file output products. One of these options for ISCST is to output an unformatted ("binary") file of all concentration and/or deposition values as they are calculated. These files are often used for special postprocessing of the data. In addition to the unformatted concentration files, ISCST provides options for three additional types of file outputs. One option is to generate an ASCII formatted file with the same results that are included in the unformatted postprocessing file. Another option is to generate a file of (X,Y) coordinates and design values (e.g., the second highest values at each receptor for a particular averaging period and source group combination) that can be easily imported into many graphics plotting packages to generate contour plots of the concentration and/or deposition values. Separate files can be specified for each of the averaging period and source group combinations of interest to the user.
Another output file option of the ISCST model is to generate a file of all occurrences when a concentration or deposition value equals or exceeds a user‑specified threshold. Again, separate files are generated for only those combinations of averaging period and source group that are of interest to the user. These files include the date on which the threshold exceedance occurred, the receptor location, and the concentration value.
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