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     The runstream file is divided into six functional "pathways."  These pathways are identified by a two‑character pathway ID placed at the beginning of each runstream image. The pathways and the order in which they are input to the model are as follows:

CO ‑ for specifying overall job COntrol options;

SO ‑ for specifying SOurce information;

RE ‑ for specifying REceptor information;

ME ‑ for specifying MEteorology information;

TG - for specifying Terrain Grid information; and

OU ‑ for specifying OUtput options.

The TG pathway is an optional pathway that is only used for implementing the dry depletion algorithm in elevated terrain.

     Each line of the input runstream file consists of a pathway ID, an 8‑character keyword, and a parameter list.  An  example of a line of input from a runstream file, with its various parts identified, is shown below:

Column: 12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789

 

        CO MODELOPT DFAULT RURAL CONC

                              

                              

                    └──────┴─────┴───────── Parameters

           

           └─────────────────────────────────── 8‑Character Keyword

       

        └──────────────────────────────────────────── 2‑Character Pathway ID

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     The following sections describe the rules for strucTorinog the input runstream file, and explain some of the advantages of the keyword/parameter approach.

 

 

 

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