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  1. CALPUFF Demonstration
  2.  
  3.  
  4. ---------------- Run title (3 lines) ------------------------------------------
  5.  
  6.                     CALPOST MODEL CONTROL FILE
  7.                     --------------------------
  8.  
  9. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10.  
  11. INPUT GROUP: 0 -- Input and Output File Names
  12. --------------
  13.  
  14. Input Files
  15. -----------
  16.  
  17. File                      Default File Name
  18. ----                      -----------------
  19. Conc/Dep Flux File        MODEL.DAT          ! MODDAT =CALPUFF.CON   !
  20. Relative Humidity File    VISB.DAT           * VISDAT =   *
  21. Background Data File      BACK.DAT           * BACKDAT =   *
  22. Transmissometer or        VSRN.DAT           * VSRDAT =   *
  23. Nephelometer Data File     or
  24. DATSAV Weather Data File   or
  25. Prognostic Weather  File    
  26.  
  27. Single-point Met File     SURFACE.DAT        * MET1DAT =   *
  28.  (Used ONLY to identify CALM hours for plume model
  29.   output averaging when MCALMPRO option is used)
  30.  
  31.  
  32. Output Files
  33. ------------
  34.  
  35. File                      Default File Name
  36. ----                      -----------------
  37. List File                 CALPOST.LST        ! PSTLST =CALPOST.LST   !
  38.  
  39. Pathname for Timeseries Files   (blank)      * TSPATH =   *
  40. (activate with exclamation points only if
  41. providing NON-BLANK character string)
  42.  
  43. Pathname for Plot Files   (blank)            * PLPATH =   *
  44. (activate with exclamation points only if
  45.  providing NON-BLANK character string)
  46.  
  47. User Character String (U) to augment default filenames
  48. (activate with exclamation points only if
  49.  providing NON-BLANK character string)
  50.  
  51. Timeseries          TSERIES_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TSUNAM.DAT
  52. Peak Value          PEAKVAL_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TSUNAM.DAT
  53.  
  54.                                              * TSUNAM =   *
  55.  
  56. Top Nth Rank Plot   RANK(ALL)_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TUNAM.DAT
  57.                 or  RANK(ii)_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TUNAM.GRD
  58.  
  59.                                              * TUNAM =   *
  60.  
  61. Exceedance Plot      EXCEED_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_XUNAM.DAT
  62.                  or  EXCEED_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_XUNAM.GRD
  63.  
  64.                                              * XUNAM =   *
  65.  
  66. Echo Plot
  67. (Specific Days)
  68.            yyyy_Mmm_Ddd_hhmm(UTCszzzz)_L00_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC.DAT
  69.      or    yyyy_Mmm_Ddd_hhmm(UTCszzzz)_L00_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC.GRD
  70.  
  71.  
  72. Visibility Plot      DAILY_VISIB_VUNAM.DAT   ! VUNAM =VTEST   !
  73. (Daily Peak Summary)    
  74.  
  75.  
  76. Auxiliary Output Files
  77. ----------------------
  78.  
  79. File                      Default File Name
  80. ----                      -----------------
  81. Visibility Change         DELVIS.DAT         * DVISDAT =   *
  82.  
  83. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  84. All file names will be converted to lower case if LCFILES = T
  85. Otherwise, if LCFILES = F, file names will be converted to UPPER CASE
  86.          T = lower case               ! LCFILES = T !
  87.          F = UPPER CASE
  88. NOTE: (1) file/path names can be up to 132 characters in length
  89. NOTE: (2) Filenames for ALL PLOT and TIMESERIES FILES are constructed
  90.           using a template that includes a pathname, user-supplied
  91.           character(s), and context-specific strings, where
  92.              ASPEC = Species Name
  93.               CONC = CONC Or WFLX Or DFLX Or TFLX
  94.                 tt = Averaging Period (e.g. 03)
  95.                 ii = Rank (e.g. 02)
  96.                 hh = Hour(ending) in LST
  97.              szzzz = LST time zone shift (EST is -0500)
  98.               yyyy = Year(LST)
  99.                 mm = Month(LST)
  100.                 dd = day of month (LST)
  101.           are determined internally based on selections made below.
  102.           If a path or user-supplied character(s) are supplied, each
  103.           must contain at least 1 non-blank character.
  104.  
  105. !END!
  106. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  107.  
  108. INPUT GROUP: 1 -- General run control parameters
  109. --------------
  110.  
  111.      Option to run all periods found
  112.      in the met. file(s)  (METRUN)        Default: 0   ! METRUN =   1  !
  113.  
  114.          METRUN = 0 - Run period explicitly defined below
  115.          METRUN = 1 - Run all periods in CALPUFF data file(s)
  116.  
  117.      Starting date:    Year   (ISYR)  --    No default   ! ISYR  =  1990  !
  118.                        Month  (ISMO)  --    No default   ! ISMO  =  0  !
  119.                        Day    (ISDY)  --    No default   ! ISDY  =  0  !
  120.      Starting time:    Hour   (ISHR)  --    No default   ! ISHR  =  0  !
  121.                        Minute (ISMIN) --    No default   ! ISMIN =  0  !
  122.                        Second (ISSEC) --    No default   ! ISSEC =  0  !
  123.  
  124.      Ending date:      Year   (IEYR)  --    No default   ! IEYR  =  0  !
  125.                        Month  (IEMO)  --    No default   ! IEMO  =  0  !
  126.                        Day    (IEDY)  --    No default   ! IEDY  =  0  !
  127.      Ending time:      Hour   (IEHR)  --    No default   ! IEHR  =  0  !
  128.                        Minute (IEMIN) --    No default   ! IEMIN =  0  !
  129.                        Second (IESEC) --    No default   ! IESEC =  0  !
  130.  
  131.      (These are only used if METRUN = 0)
  132.  
  133.      All times are in the base time zone of the CALPUFF simulation.
  134.      CALPUFF Dataset Version 2.1 contains the zone, but earlier versions
  135.      do not, and the zone must be specified here.  The zone is the
  136.      number of hours that must be ADDED to the time to obtain UTC (or GMT).
  137.      Identify the Base Time Zone for the CALPUFF simulation
  138.                               (BTZONE) -- No default   ! BTZONE = 3.0 !
  139.  
  140.      Process every period of data?
  141.                                 (NREP) -- Default: 1   ! NREP  =  1  !
  142.       (1 = every period processed,
  143.        2 = every 2nd period processed,
  144.        5 = every 5th period processed, etc.)
  145.  
  146. Species & Concentration/Deposition Information
  147. ----------------------------------------------
  148.  
  149.       Species to process (ASPEC)       -- No default   ! ASPEC = PM2.5  !
  150.       (ASPEC = VISIB for visibility processing)
  151.  
  152.       Layer/deposition code (ILAYER)   -- Default: 1   ! ILAYER =  1  !
  153.         '1'  for CALPUFF concentrations,
  154.         '-1' for dry deposition fluxes,
  155.         '-2' for wet deposition fluxes,
  156.         '-3' for wet+dry deposition fluxes.
  157.  
  158.       Scaling factors of the form:     -- Defaults:    ! A =  0.0    !
  159.             X(new) = X(old) * A + B         A = 0.0    ! B =  0.0    !
  160.         (NOT applied if A = B = 0.0)        B = 0.0
  161.  
  162.       Add Hourly Background Concentrations/Fluxes?
  163.                               (LBACK)  -- Default: F   ! LBACK =  F !
  164.  
  165.  
  166.       Source of NO2 when ASPEC=NO2 (above) or LVNO2=T (Group 2) may be
  167.       from CALPUFF NO2 concentrations OR from a fraction of CALPUFF NOx
  168.       concentrations.  Specify the fraction of NOx that is treated as NO2
  169.       either as a constant or as a table of fractions that depend on the
  170.       magnitude of the NOx concentration:
  171.                              (NO2CALC) -- Default: 1   ! NO2CALC =   1  !
  172.          0 =  Use NO2 directly (NO2 must be in file)
  173.          1 =  Specify a single NO2/NOx ratio (RNO2NOX)
  174.          2 =  Specify a table NO2/NOx ratios (TNO2NOX)
  175.               (NOTE: Scaling Factors must NOT be used with NO2CALC=2)
  176.  
  177.       Single NO2/NOx ratio (0.0 to 1.0) for treating some
  178.       or all NOx as NO2, where [NO2] = [NOX] * RNO2NOX
  179.       (used only if NO2CALC = 1)
  180.                              (RNO2NOX) -- Default: 1.0 ! RNO2NOX = 0.75 !
  181.  
  182.       Table of NO2/NOx ratios that vary with NOx concentration.
  183.       Provide 14 NOx concentrations (ug/m**3) and the corresponding
  184.       NO2/NOx ratio, with NOx increasing in magnitude.  The ratio used
  185.       for a particular NOx concentration is interpolated from the values
  186.       provided in the table.  The ratio for the smallest tabulated NOx
  187.       concentration (the first) is used for all NOx concentrations less
  188.       than the smallest tabulated value, and the ratio for the largest
  189.       tabulated NOx concentration (the last) is used for all NOx
  190.       concentrations greater than the largest tabulated value.
  191.       (used only if NO2CALC = 2)
  192.  
  193.        NOx concentration(ug / m3)
  194.                              (CNOX)    -- No default
  195.          ! CNOX = 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0,
  196.                   8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0, 12.0, 13.0, 14.0 !
  197.  
  198.        NO2/NOx ratio for each NOx concentration:
  199.                              (TNO2NOX) -- No default
  200.          ! TNO2NOX = 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0,
  201.                      1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0 !
  202.  
  203.  
  204. Source information
  205. ------------------
  206.  
  207.   Option to process source contributions:
  208.          0 =  Process only total reported contributions
  209.          1 =  Sum all individual source contributions and process
  210.          2 =  Run in TRACEBACK mode to identify source
  211.               contributions at a SINGLE receptor
  212.                              (MSOURCE) -- Default: 0   ! MSOURCE =  0  !
  213.  
  214.  
  215. Plume Model Output Processing Options
  216. -------------------------------------
  217.  
  218.   Output from models other than CALPUFF and CALGRID can be written in
  219.   the CONC.DAT format and processed by CALPOST.  Plume models such as
  220.   AERMOD typically do not treat CALM hours, and do not include such hours
  221.   in multiple-hour averages, with specific rules about how many calm hours
  222.   can be removed from an average.  This treatment is known as CALM
  223.   PROCESSING.  Calm periods are identified from wind speeds in the
  224.   meteorological data file for the application, which must be identified
  225.   in Input Group 0 as the single-point meteorological data file MET1DAT.
  226.          0 =  Option is not used for CALPUFF/CALGRID output files
  227.          1 =  Apply CALM processing procedures to multiple-hour averages
  228.                           (MCALMPRO) -- Default: 0   ! MCALMPRO =  0  !
  229.  
  230.   Format of Single-point Met File
  231.          1 =  AERMOD/AERMET SURFACE file
  232.                            (MET1FMT) -- Default: 1   ! MET1FMT =  1  !
  233.    
  234.  
  235. Receptor information
  236. --------------------
  237.  
  238.   Gridded receptors processed?    (LG) -- Default: F   ! LG  = T  !
  239.   Discrete receptors processed?   (LD) -- Default: F   ! LD  = F  !
  240.   CTSG Complex terrain receptors processed?
  241.                                  (LCT) -- Default: F   ! LCT = F  !
  242.  
  243. --Report results by DISCRETE receptor RING?
  244.   (only used when LD = T)     (LDRING) -- Default: F   ! LDRING = F  !
  245.  
  246. --Select range of DISCRETE receptors (only used when LD = T):
  247.  
  248.   Select ALL DISCRETE receptors by setting NDRECP flag to -1;
  249.                                OR
  250.   Select SPECIFIC DISCRETE receptors by entering a flag (0,1) for each
  251.      0 = discrete receptor not processed
  252.      1 = discrete receptor processed
  253.   using repeated value notation to select blocks of receptors:
  254.      23*1, 15*0, 12*1
  255.   Flag for all receptors after the last one assigned is set to 0
  256.   (NDRECP) -- Default: -1
  257.                                                ! NDRECP =  -1  !
  258.  
  259.  
  260. --Select range of GRIDDED receptors (only used when LG = T):
  261.  
  262.        X index of LL corner (IBGRID) -- Default: -1     ! IBGRID = -1  !
  263.            (-1 OR 1 <= IBGRID <= NX)
  264.  
  265.        Y index of LL corner (JBGRID) -- Default: -1     ! JBGRID = -1  !
  266.            (-1 OR 1 <= JBGRID <= NY)
  267.  
  268.        X index of UR corner (IEGRID) -- Default: -1     ! IEGRID = -1  !
  269.            (-1 OR 1 <= IEGRID <= NX)
  270.  
  271.        Y index of UR corner (JEGRID) -- Default: -1     ! JEGRID = -1  !
  272.            (-1 OR 1 <= JEGRID <= NY)
  273.  
  274.   Note: Entire grid is processed if IBGRID=JBGRID=IEGRID=JEGRID=-1
  275.  
  276.  
  277. --Specific gridded receptors can also be excluded from CALPOST
  278.   processing by filling a processing grid array with 0s and 1s.  If the
  279.   processing flag for receptor index (i,j) is 1 (ON), that receptor
  280.   will be processed if it lies within the range delineated by IBGRID,
  281.   JBGRID,IEGRID,JEGRID and if LG=T. If it is 0 (OFF), it will not be
  282.   processed in the run.  By default, all array values are set to 1 (ON).
  283.  
  284.   Number of gridded receptor rows provided in Subgroup (1a) to
  285.   identify specific gridded receptors to process
  286.                            (NGONOFF) -- Default: 0      ! NGONOFF =  0  !
  287.  
  288. !END!
  289.  
  290.  
  291. --------------
  292. Subgroup (1a) -- Specific gridded receptors included/excluded
  293. --------------
  294.  
  295.     Specific gridded receptors are excluded from CALPOST processing
  296.     by filling a processing grid array with 0s and 1s.  A total of
  297.     NGONOFF lines are read here.  Each line corresponds to one 'row'
  298.     in the sampling grid, starting with the NORTHERNMOST row that
  299.     contains receptors that you wish to exclude, and finishing with
  300.     row 1 to the SOUTH (no intervening rows may be skipped).  Within
  301.     a row, each receptor position is assigned either a 0 or 1,
  302.     starting with the westernmost receptor.
  303.        0 = gridded receptor not processed
  304.        1 = gridded receptor processed
  305.  
  306.     Repeated value notation may be used to select blocks of receptors:
  307.        23*1, 15*0, 12*1
  308.  
  309.     Because all values are initially set to 1, any receptors north of
  310.     the first row entered, or east of the last value provided in a row,
  311.     remain ON.
  312.  
  313.     (NGXRECP) -- Default: 1
  314.  
  315.  
  316. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  317.  
  318. INPUT GROUP: 2 -- Visibility Parameters (ASPEC = VISIB)
  319. --------------
  320.  
  321.     Test visibility options specified to see
  322.     if they conform to FLAG 2008 configuration?
  323.                            (MVISCHECK) -- Default: 1   ! MVISCHECK =   1  !
  324.          0 =  NO checks are made
  325.          1 =  Technical options must conform to FLAG 2008 visibility guidance
  326.                 ASPEC = VISIB
  327.                 LVNO2 = T
  328.                 NO2CALC = 1
  329.                 RNO2NOX = 1.0
  330.                 MVISBK = 8
  331.                 M8_MODE = 5
  332.  
  333.     Some of the data entered for use with the FLAG 2008 configuration
  334.     are specific to the Class I area being evaluated. These values can
  335.     be checked within the CALPOST user interface when the name of the
  336.     Class I area is provided.
  337.  
  338.     Name of Class I Area (used for QA purposes only)
  339.                             (AREANAME) -- Default: User  ! AREANAME =  USER !
  340.  
  341.     Particle growth curve f(RH) for hygroscopic species
  342.                                 (MFRH) -- Default: 4   ! MFRH   =  2  !
  343.  
  344.          1 =  IWAQM (1998) f(RH) curve (originally used with MVISBK=1)
  345.          2 =  FLAG (2000) f(RH) tabulation
  346.          3 =  EPA (2003) f(RH) tabulation
  347.          4 =  IMPROVE (2006) f(RH) tabulations for sea salt, and for small and
  348.               large SULFATE and NITRATE particles;
  349.               Used in Visibility Method 8 (MVISBK = 8 with M8_MODE = 1, 2, or 3)
  350.  
  351.     Maximum relative humidity (%) used in particle growth curve
  352.                                (RHMAX) -- Default: 98  ! RHMAX  = 98 !
  353.  
  354.     Modeled species to be included in computing the light extinction
  355.      Include SULFATE?          (LVSO4) -- Default: T   ! LVSO4  = T  !
  356.      Include NITRATE?          (LVNO3) -- Default: T   ! LVNO3  = T  !
  357.      Include ORGANIC CARBON?   (LVOC)  -- Default: T   ! LVOC   = F  !
  358.      Include COARSE PARTICLES? (LVPMC) -- Default: T   ! LVPMC  = F  !
  359.      Include FINE PARTICLES?   (LVPMF) -- Default: T   ! LVPMF  = F  !
  360.      Include ELEMENTAL CARBON? (LVEC)  -- Default: T   ! LVEC   = T  !
  361.      Include NO2 absorption?   (LVNO2) -- Default: F   ! LVNO2  = T  !
  362.               With Visibility Method 8 -- Default: T
  363.                                           FLAG (2008)
  364.  
  365.     And, when ranking for TOP-N, TOP-50, and Exceedance tables,
  366.      Include BACKGROUND?       (LVBK)  -- Default: T   ! LVBK   = T  !
  367.  
  368.     Species name used for particulates in MODEL.DAT file
  369.                    COARSE    (SPECPMC) -- Default: PMC ! SPECPMC = PMC !
  370.                    FINE      (SPECPMF) -- Default: PMF ! SPECPMF = PMF !
  371.  
  372. Extinction Efficiency (1/Mm per ug/m**3)
  373. ----------------------------------------
  374.     MODELED particulate species:
  375.                PM  COARSE      (EEPMC) -- Default: 0.6   ! EEPMC  = 0.6 !
  376.                PM  FINE        (EEPMF) -- Default: 1.0   ! EEPMF  = 1 !
  377.     BACKGROUND particulate species:
  378.                PM  COARSE    (EEPMCBK) -- Default: 0.6   ! EEPMCBK = 0.6 !
  379.     Other species:
  380.               AMMONIUM SULFATE (EESO4) -- Default: 3.0   ! EESO4  = 3 !
  381.               AMMONIUM NITRATE (EENO3) -- Default: 3.0   ! EENO3  = 3 !
  382.               ORGANIC CARBON   (EEOC)  -- Default: 4.0   ! EEOC   = 4 !
  383.               SOIL             (EESOIL)-- Default: 1.0   ! EESOIL = 1 !
  384.               ELEMENTAL CARBON (EEEC)  -- Default: 10.   ! EEEC   = 10 !
  385.               NO2 GAS          (EENO2) -- Default: .1755 ! EENO2  = 0.17 !
  386.     Visibility Method 8:
  387.               AMMONIUM SULFATE (EESO4S)   Set Internally (small)
  388.               AMMONIUM SULFATE (EESO4L)   Set Internally (large)
  389.               AMMONIUM NITRATE (EENO3S)   Set Internally (small)
  390.               AMMONIUM NITRATE (EENO3L)   Set Internally (large)
  391.               ORGANIC CARBON   (EEOCS)    Set Internally (small)
  392.               ORGANIC CARBON   (EEOCL)    Set Internally (large)
  393.               SEA SALT         (EESALT)   Set Internally
  394.  
  395. Background Extinction Computation
  396. ---------------------------------
  397.  
  398.     Method used for the 24h-average of percent change of light extinction:
  399.     Hourly ratio of source light extinction / background light extinction
  400.     is averaged?               (LAVER) -- Default: F   ! LAVER = F  !
  401.  
  402.  
  403.     Method used for background light extinction
  404.                               (MVISBK) -- Default: 8   ! MVISBK =  2  !
  405.                                           FLAG (2008)
  406.  
  407.          1 =  Supply single light extinction and hygroscopic fraction
  408.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to hygroscopic background
  409.                 and modeled sulfate and nitrate
  410.          2 =  Background extinction from speciated PM concentrations (A)
  411.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to observed and modeled sulfate
  412.                 and nitrate
  413.               - F(RH) factor is capped at F(RHMAX)
  414.          3 =  Background extinction from speciated PM concentrations (B)
  415.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to observed and modeled sulfate
  416.                 and nitrate
  417.               - Receptor-hour excluded if RH>RHMAX
  418.               - Receptor-day excluded if fewer than 6 valid receptor-hours
  419.          4 =  Read hourly transmissometer background extinction measurements
  420.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to modeled sulfate and nitrate
  421.               - Hour excluded if measurement invalid (missing, interference,
  422.                 or large RH)
  423.               - Receptor-hour excluded if RH>RHMAX
  424.               - Receptor-day excluded if fewer than 6 valid receptor-hours
  425.          5 =  Read hourly nephelometer background extinction measurements
  426.               - Rayleigh extinction value (BEXTRAY) added to measurement
  427.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to modeled sulfate and nitrate
  428.               - Hour excluded if measurement invalid (missing, interference,
  429.                 or large RH)
  430.               - Receptor-hour excluded if RH>RHMAX
  431.               - Receptor-day excluded if fewer than 6 valid receptor-hours
  432.          6 =  Background extinction from speciated PM concentrations
  433.               - FLAG (2000) monthly RH adjustment factor applied to observed and
  434.                 and modeled sulfate and nitrate
  435.          7 =  Use observed weather or prognostic weather information for
  436.               background extinction during weather events; otherwise, use Method 2
  437.               - Hourly F(RH) adjustment applied to modeled sulfate and nitrate
  438.               - F(RH) factor is capped at F(RHMAX)
  439.               - During observed weather events, compute Bext from visual range
  440.                 if using an observed weather data file, or
  441.               - During prognostic weather events, use Bext from the prognostic
  442.                 weather file
  443.               - Use Method 2 for hours without a weather event
  444.          8 =  Background extinction from speciated PM concentrations using
  445.               the IMPROVE (2006) variable extinction efficiency formulation
  446.               (MFRH must be set to 4)
  447.               - Split between small and large particle concentrations of
  448.                 SULFATES, NITRATES, and ORGANICS is a function of concentration
  449.                 and different extinction efficiencies are used for each
  450.               - Source-induced change in visibility includes the increase in
  451.                 extinction of the background aerosol due to the change in the
  452.                 extinction efficiency that now depends on total concentration.
  453.               - Fsmall(RH) and Flarge(RH) adjustments for small and large
  454.                 particles are applied to observed and modeled sulfate and
  455.                 nitrate concentrations
  456.               - Fsalt(RH) adjustment for sea salt is applied to background
  457.                 sea salt concentrations
  458.               - F(RH) factors are capped at F(RHMAX)
  459.               - RH for Fsmall(RH), Flarge(RH), and Fsalt(RH) may be obtained
  460.                 from hourly data as in Method 2 or from the FLAG monthly RH
  461.                 adjustment factor used for Method 6 where EPA F(RH) tabulation
  462.                 is used to infer RH, or monthly Fsmall, Flarge, and Fsalt RH
  463.                 adjustment factors can be directly entered.
  464.                 Furthermore, a monthly RH factor may be applied to either hourly
  465.                 concentrations or daily concentrations to obtain the 24-hour
  466.                 extinction.
  467.                 These choices are made using the M8_MODE selection.
  468.  
  469.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 1:
  470.     --------------------------------------
  471.      Background light extinction (1/Mm)
  472.                               (BEXTBK) -- No default   ! BEXTBK = 12 !
  473.      Percentage of particles affected by relative humidity
  474.                               (RHFRAC) -- No default   ! RHFRAC = 10 !
  475.  
  476.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 6,8:
  477.     ----------------------------------------
  478.      Extinction coefficients for hygroscopic species (modeled and
  479.      background) are computed using a monthly RH adjustment factor
  480.      in place of an hourly RH factor (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  481.      Enter the 12 monthly factors here (RHFAC).  Month 1 is January.
  482.  
  483.      (RHFAC)  -- No default     ! RHFAC = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  484.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  485.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  486.  
  487.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 7:
  488.     --------------------------------------
  489.      The weather data file (DATSAV abbreviated space-delimited) that
  490.      is identified as VSRN.DAT may contain data for more than one
  491.      station.  Identify the stations that are needed in the order in
  492.      which they will be used to obtain valid weather and visual range.
  493.      The first station that contains valid data for an hour will be
  494.      used.  Enter up to MXWSTA (set in PARAMS file) integer station IDs
  495.      of up to 6 digits each as variable IDWSTA, and enter the corresponding
  496.      time zone for each, as variable TZONE (= UTC-LST).
  497.  
  498.      A prognostic weather data file with Bext for weather events may be used
  499.      in place of the observed weather file.  Identify this as the VSRN.DAT
  500.      file and use a station ID of IDWSTA = 999999, and TZONE = 0.
  501.  
  502.      NOTE:  TZONE identifies the time zone used in the dataset.  The
  503.             DATSAV abbreviated space-delimited data usually are prepared
  504.             with UTC time rather than local time, so TZONE is typically
  505.             set to zero.
  506.  
  507.      (IDWSTA)   -- No default   * IDWSTA = 000000 *
  508.      (TZONE)    -- No default   * TZONE =      0. *
  509.  
  510.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 2,3,6,7,8:
  511.     ----------------------------------------------
  512.      Background extinction coefficients are computed from monthly
  513.      CONCENTRATIONS of ammonium sulfate (BKSO4), ammonium nitrate (BKNO3),
  514.      coarse particulates (BKPMC), organic carbon (BKOC), soil (BKSOIL), and
  515.      elemental carbon (BKEC).  Month 1 is January.
  516.      (ug/m**3)
  517.  
  518.      (BKSO4)  -- No default     ! BKSO4 = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  519.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  520.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  521.      (BKNO3)  -- No default     ! BKNO3 = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  522.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  523.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  524.      (BKPMC)  -- No default     ! BKPMC = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  525.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  526.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  527.      (BKOC)   -- No default     ! BKOC  = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  528.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  529.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  530.      (BKSOIL) -- No default     ! BKSOIL= 0, 0, 0, 0,
  531.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  532.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  533.      (BKEC)   -- No default     ! BKEC  = 0, 0, 0, 0,
  534.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  535.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  536.  
  537.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 8:
  538.     --------------------------------------
  539.      Extinction coefficients for hygroscopic species (modeled and
  540.      background) may be computed using hourly RH values and hourly
  541.      modeled concentrations, or using monthly RH values inferred from
  542.      the RHFAC adjustment factors and either hourly or daily modeled
  543.      concentrations, or using monthly RHFSML, RHFLRG, and RHFSEA adjustment
  544.      factors and either hourly or daily modeled concentrations.
  545.      
  546.      (M8_MODE) -- Default: 5     ! M8_MODE=  3   !
  547.                   FLAG (2008)
  548.  
  549.           1 = Use hourly RH values from VISB.DAT file with hourly
  550.               modeled and monthly background concentrations.
  551.           2 = Use monthly RH from monthly RHFAC and EPA (2003) f(RH) tabulation
  552.               with hourly modeled and monthly background concentrations.
  553.               (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  554.           3 = Use monthly RH from monthly RHFAC with EPA (2003) f(RH) tabulation
  555.               with daily modeled and monthly background concentrations.
  556.               (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  557.           4 = Use monthly RHFSML, RHFLRG, and RHFSEA with hourly modeled
  558.               and monthly background concentrations.
  559.               (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  560.           5 = Use monthly RHFSML, RHFLRG, and RHFSEA with daily modeled
  561.               and monthly background concentrations.
  562.               (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  563.  
  564.      Background extinction coefficients are computed from monthly
  565.      CONCENTRATIONS of sea salt (BKSALT).  Month 1 is January.
  566.      (ug/m**3)
  567.  
  568.      (BKSALT) -- No default     ! BKSALT= 0, 0, 0, 0,
  569.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  570.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  571.  
  572.      Extinction coefficients for hygroscopic species (modeled and
  573.      background) can be computed using monthly RH adjustment factors
  574.      in place of an hourly RH factor (VISB.DAT file is NOT needed).
  575.      Enter the 12 monthly factors here (RHFSML,RHFLRG,RHFSEA).
  576.      Month 1 is January.  (Used if M8_MODE = 4 or 5)
  577.  
  578.      Small ammonium sulfate and ammonium nitrate particle sizes
  579.      (RHFSML) -- No default     ! RHFSML= 0, 0, 0, 0,
  580.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  581.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  582.  
  583.      Large ammonium sulfate and ammonium nitrate particle sizes
  584.      (RHFLRG) -- No default     ! RHFLRG= 0, 0, 0, 0,
  585.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  586.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  587.  
  588.      Sea salt particles
  589.      (RHFSEA) -- No default     ! RHFSEA= 0, 0, 0, 0,
  590.                                           0, 0, 0, 0,
  591.                                           0, 0, 0, 0 !
  592.  
  593.     Additional inputs used for MVISBK = 2,3,5,6,7,8:
  594.     ------------------------------------------------
  595.      Extinction due to Rayleigh scattering is added (1/Mm)
  596.                              (BEXTRAY) -- Default: 10.0 ! BEXTRAY = 10 !
  597.  
  598. !END!
  599. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  600.  
  601. INPUT GROUP: 3 -- Output options
  602. --------------
  603.  
  604. Documentation
  605. -------------
  606.  
  607.     Documentation records contained in the header of the
  608.     CALPUFF output file may be written to the list file.
  609.     Print documentation image?
  610.                                 (LDOC) -- Default: F   !  LDOC = F !
  611.  
  612. Output Units
  613. ------------
  614.     Units for All Output       (IPRTU) -- Default: 1   ! IPRTU =  3   !
  615.                      for            for
  616.                 Concentration    Deposition
  617.        1 =         g/m**3         g/m**2/s
  618.        2 =        mg/m**3        mg/m**2/s
  619.        3 =        ug/m**3        ug/m**2/s
  620.        4 =        ng/m**3        ng/m**2/s
  621.        5 =      Odour Units
  622.  
  623.     Visibility: extinction expressed in 1/Mega-meters (IPRTU is ignored)
  624.  
  625.  
  626. Averaging time(s) reported
  627. --------------------------
  628.  
  629.     1-pd averages           (L1PD) -- Default: T   !   L1PD = F  !
  630.     (pd = averaging period of model output)
  631.  
  632.     1-hr averages           (L1HR) -- Default: T   !   L1HR = T  !
  633.  
  634.     3-hr averages           (L3HR) -- Default: T   !   L3HR = F  !
  635.  
  636.     24-hr averages         (L24HR) -- Default: T   !  L24HR = F  !
  637.  
  638.     Run-length averages    (LRUNL) -- Default: T   !  LRUNL = F  !
  639.  
  640.     User-specified averaging time in hours, minutes, seconds
  641.     - results for this averaging time are reported if it is not zero
  642.  
  643.                            (NAVGH) -- Default: 0   !   NAVGH =  0  !
  644.                            (NAVGM) -- Default: 0   !   NAVGM =  0  !
  645.                            (NAVGS) -- Default: 0   !   NAVGS =  0  !
  646.  
  647.  
  648. Types of tabulations reported
  649. ------------------------------
  650.  
  651.    1) Visibility: daily visibility tabulations are always reported
  652.                   for the selected receptors when ASPEC = VISIB.
  653.                   In addition, any of the other tabulations listed
  654.                   below may be chosen to characterize the light
  655.                   extinction coefficients.
  656.                   [List file or Plot/Analysis File]
  657.  
  658.  
  659.    2) Top 50 table for each averaging time selected
  660.       [List file only]
  661.                             (LT50) -- Default: T   !   LT50 = F  !
  662.  
  663.    3) Top 'N' table for each averaging time selected
  664.       [List file or Plot file]
  665.                            (LTOPN) -- Default: F   !  LTOPN = T  !
  666.  
  667.         -- Number of 'Top-N' values at each receptor
  668.            selected (NTOP must be <= 4)
  669.                             (NTOP) -- Default: 4   ! NTOP =  1   !
  670.  
  671.         -- Specific ranks of 'Top-N' values reported
  672.            (NTOP values must be entered)
  673.                    (ITOP(4) array) -- Default:     ! ITOP =  1   !
  674.                                       1,2,3,4
  675.  
  676.  
  677.    4) Threshold exceedance counts for each receptor and each averaging
  678.       time selected
  679.       [List file or Plot file]
  680.                            (LEXCD) -- Default: F   !  LEXCD = T  !
  681.  
  682.         -- Identify the threshold for each averaging time by assigning a
  683.            non-negative value (output units).
  684.  
  685.                                    -- Default: -1.0
  686.            Threshold for  1-hr averages   (THRESH1) !  THRESH1 = 10 !
  687.            Threshold for  3-hr averages   (THRESH3) !  THRESH3 = -1.0  !
  688.            Threshold for 24-hr averages  (THRESH24) ! THRESH24 = -1.0  !
  689.            Threshold for NAVG-hr averages (THRESHN) !  THRESHN = -1.0  !
  690.  
  691.  
  692.         -- Counts for the shortest averaging period selected can be
  693.            tallied daily, and receptors that experience more than NCOUNT
  694.            counts over any NDAY period will be reported.  This type of
  695.            exceedance violation output is triggered only if NDAY > 0.
  696.  
  697.            Accumulation period(Days)
  698.                             (NDAY) -- Default: 0   !    NDAY =  0  !
  699.            Number of exceedances allowed
  700.                           (NCOUNT) -- Default: 1   !  NCOUNT =  1  !
  701.  
  702.  
  703.    5) Selected day table(s)
  704.  
  705.       Echo Option -- Many records are written each averaging period
  706.       selected and output is grouped by day
  707.       [List file or Plot file]
  708.                            (LECHO) -- Default: F   !  LECHO = F  !
  709.  
  710.       Timeseries Option -- Averages at all selected receptors for
  711.       each selected averaging period are written to timeseries files.
  712.       Each file contains one averaging period, and all receptors are
  713.       written to a single record each averaging time.
  714.       [TSERIES_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TSUNAM.DAT files]
  715.                            (LTIME) -- Default: F   !  LTIME = F  !
  716.  
  717.       Peak Value Option -- Averages at all selected receptors for
  718.       each selected averaging period are screened and the peak value
  719.       each period is written to timeseries files.
  720.       Each file contains one averaging period.
  721.       [PEAKVAL_ASPEC_ttHR_CONC_TSUNAM.DAT files]
  722.                            (LPEAK) -- Default: F   !  LPEAK = F  !
  723.  
  724.         -- Days selected for output
  725.                       (IECHO(366)) -- Default: 366*0
  726.            ! IECHO  = 366*0  !
  727.            (366 values must be entered)
  728.  
  729. Plot output options
  730. -------------------
  731.  
  732.      Plot files can be created for the Top-N, Exceedance, and Echo
  733.      tables selected above.  Two formats for these files are available,
  734.      DATA and GRID.  In the DATA format, results at all receptors are
  735.      listed along with the receptor location [x,y,val1,val2,...].
  736.      In the GRID format, results at only gridded receptors are written,
  737.      using a compact representation.  The gridded values are written in
  738.      rows (x varies), starting with the most southern row of the grid.
  739.      The GRID format is given the .GRD extension, and includes headers
  740.      compatible with the SURFER(R) plotting software.
  741.  
  742.      A plotting and analysis file can also be created for the daily
  743.      peak visibility summary output, in DATA format only.
  744.  
  745.      Generate Plot file output in addition to writing tables
  746.      to List file?
  747.                                  (LPLT) -- Default: F   ! LPLT  = T !
  748.  
  749.      Use GRID format rather than DATA format,
  750.      when available?
  751.                                  (LGRD) -- Default: F   ! LGRD  = T !
  752.  
  753.  
  754. Auxiliary Output Files (for subsequent analyses)
  755. ------------------------------------------------
  756.  
  757.       Visibility
  758.  
  759.       A separate output file may be requested that contains the change
  760.       in visibility at each selected receptor when ASPEC = VISIB.  This
  761.       file can be processed to construct visibility measures that are
  762.       not available in CALPOST.
  763.  
  764.       Output file with the visibility change at each receptor?
  765.                                 (MDVIS) -- Default: 0   ! MDVIS  =  0  !
  766.  
  767.            0 =  Do Not create file
  768.            1 =  Create file of DAILY (24 hour) Delta-Deciview
  769.            2 =  Create file of DAILY (24 hour) Extinction Change (%)
  770.            3 =  Create file of HOURLY Delta-Deciview
  771.            4 =  Create file of HOURLY Extinction Change (%)
  772.  
  773.  
  774. Additional Debug Output
  775. -----------------------
  776.  
  777.    Output selected information to List file
  778.     for debugging?
  779.                                (LDEBUG) -- Default: F  ! LDEBUG  = F !
  780.  
  781.    Output hourly extinction information to REPORT.HRV?
  782.     (Visibility Method 7)
  783.                               (LVEXTHR) -- Default: F  ! LVEXTHR = F !
  784.  
  785. !END!
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