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 Tracers (substance T1) can be added as point sources to the main river with the method above. An alternative use of point sources for tracers is possible though. Tracers can be added to the local river, internal lake, main river or outlet lake. These point sources are not separated into different types of point sources (they are signified by using type zero). These point sources can not be used together with [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] output options ''​printload''​ or ''​printwaterbal''​. Tracers (substance T1) can be added as point sources to the main river with the method above. An alternative use of point sources for tracers is possible though. Tracers can be added to the local river, internal lake, main river or outlet lake. These point sources are not separated into different types of point sources (they are signified by using type zero). These point sources can not be used together with [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] output options ''​printload''​ or ''​printwaterbal''​.
  
-The point sources file can also be used for water abstraction sinks, if point source discharges volume are set to values < 0. Abstraction can be made from the main river or an outlet lake.+The point sources file can also be used for water abstraction sinks, if point source discharges volume are set to values < 0. Abstraction can be made from the main river or an outlet lake. Only one row with abstraction per subbasin is allowed.
  
-//​PointSourceData.txt//​ is a tab-separated file located in the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​model_options|modeldir]] folder. Point sources are listed row-wise, multiple point sources for each sub-basin are allowed. The first row contains a column header with variable names. Variable names are not case-sensitive (max. 10 characters, no spaces). Columns with headings unknown to HYPE are skipped while reading the file, but are not allowed to be longer than ten characters. Columns containing character strings, e.g. descriptive meta-data, must not exceed a length of 100 characters. The columns may be in any order. A value must exist for every column and row, i.e. empty cells are not allowed. ​+//​PointSourceData.txt//​ is a tab-separated file located in the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​model_options|modeldir]] folder. Point sources are listed row-wise, multiple point sources for each sub-basin are allowed ​(but not multiple abstractions). The first row contains a column header with variable names. Variable names are not case-sensitive (max. 10 characters, no spaces). Columns with headings unknown to HYPE are skipped while reading the file, but are not allowed to be longer than ten characters. Columns containing character strings, e.g. descriptive meta-data, must not exceed a length of 100 characters. The columns may be in any order. A value must exist for every column and row, i.e. empty cells are not allowed. ​
  
  
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