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 |''​lakeriverice''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|defines if ice on lakes and rivers should be simulated. Default is no (0), while a positive number means yes. The alternative models are (1) with temperature transfer between air and water and (2) with water surface heat balance. The ice calculations require that //​substance//​ T2 (water temperature) is simulated.| |''​lakeriverice''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|defines if ice on lakes and rivers should be simulated. Default is no (0), while a positive number means yes. The alternative models are (1) with temperature transfer between air and water and (2) with water surface heat balance. The ice calculations require that //​substance//​ T2 (water temperature) is simulated.|
 |''​petmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|defines if an alternative potential evapotranspiration model should be used. Default is temperature dependence or use of observations (0), alternatives are temperature dependent (1), modified Jensen-Haise/​McGuinness (2), modified Hargreaves-Samani (3), Priestly-Taylor (4), and FAO Penman-Monteith reference crop evapotranspiration (5).| |''​petmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|defines if an alternative potential evapotranspiration model should be used. Default is temperature dependence or use of observations (0), alternatives are temperature dependent (1), modified Jensen-Haise/​McGuinness (2), modified Hargreaves-Samani (3), Priestly-Taylor (4), and FAO Penman-Monteith reference crop evapotranspiration (5).|
 +|''​sedresuspmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|define which model to use for river sedimentation/​resuspension. Default is (0) the original HYPE method, the alternatives (1) is flow dependent method with parameter and (2) is a simplified Bagnold Equation.|
 |''​snowdensity''​|//​0/​1//​|defines which snowdensity model to use. Default is snow age dependent snowdensity (0), and alternative is snow compactation snow density model (1).| |''​snowdensity''​|//​0/​1//​|defines which snowdensity model to use. Default is snow age dependent snowdensity (0), and alternative is snow compactation snow density model (1).|
 |''​snowevaporation''​|//​0/​1//​|defines if evaporation (sublimation) from snow and glaciers should be calculated. Default is off (0), and alternative is on (1). Snow and glacier evaporation is governed by the general parameters ‘fepotsnow’,​ ‘fepotglac’,​ and ‘fsceff’ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]].| |''​snowevaporation''​|//​0/​1//​|defines if evaporation (sublimation) from snow and glaciers should be calculated. Default is off (0), and alternative is on (1). Snow and glacier evaporation is governed by the general parameters ‘fepotsnow’,​ ‘fepotglac’,​ and ‘fsceff’ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]].|
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