The ANEMHGHT keyword is important because the input wind speed data are adjusted from the anemometer height to the release height for model calculations, so that differences in anemometer height can significantly effect the modeled results. For National Weather Service (NWS) data, the user should check records (e.g. the Local Climatological Data summary report) for the particular station to determine the correct anemometer height for the data period used in the modeling, since the anemometer location and height may change over time. The model will assume that the anemometer height is in meters, unless the secondary keyword "FEET" is included in the runstream image, as illustrated in this example. The model will convert inputs in feet to meters.
The final two mandatory inputs identify the location and data period of the input meteorological data. A separate keyword is used for the surface meteorological data and for the upper air (mixing height) data. The parameters on these cards are the station number (e.g. WBAN number for NWS stations), the data period (year), and a station name. It is important that these inputs be provided correctly since the model compares the station number and year from the runstream input file with values provided in the first record of the meteorology file. The user may also optionally input the (X,Y) coordinates for the location of the station(s), although these values are not currently used by the model.
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