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yyyy_ss.txt

These output files hold modelled annual load results. yyyy stands for a year during the simulation period and ss stands for one of the HYPE-modelled nitrogen (IN, ON) and phosphorus (PP, SP) species (an actual file name would be e.g. 2001_IN.txt). The files contain modelled annual nutrient loads before and after retention/removal along the modelled nutrient transport pathways.

yyyy_ss.txt are tab-separated files written to the resultdir folder if requested in output options of info.txt. The first row contains a column header with variable names. The following rows contain values for all variables, in one row per sub-basin.

The table below describes all variables written column-wise in yyyy_ss.txt. Variables with a _nn suffix are calculated for each SLC class separately, with nn numbers corresponding to numbers in GeoClass.txt, so that the total number of columns varies depending on the number of SLC classes in the model set-up.

Variable ID Unit Description
subid-sub-basin identification number
WetAtm_nnkg/yeargross load in wet atmospheric deposition on SLC class area in the sub-basin
DryAtm_nnkg/yeargross load in dry atmospheric deposition on SLC class area in the sub-basin
Fertil_nnkg/yeargross load in fertilizer application on SLC class area in the sub-basin
PDecay_nnkg/yeargross load from plant residues on SLC class area in the sub-basin
RuralA_nnkg/yeargross load from rural household source fraction which is routed into lowest soil layer (see parameter locsoil in par.txt), land SLC classes only
GrwSln_nnkg/yeargross load from groundwater flows into lowest soil layer (regional groundwater routine 1, see code deepground in info.txt model options, land SLC classes only)
IrrSrc_nnkg/yeargross load in irrigation water, land SLC classes only
Runoff_nnkg/yeartotal load in runoff to local stream, including soil runoff, tile drainage, and surface runoff, land SLC classes only
RuralBkg/yeargross load from rural household source fraction which is routed into local stream (see parameter locsoil in par.txt)
Urban1kg/yeargross load in point source type 1, see description in PointSourceData.txt
Urban2kg/yeargross load in point source type 2, see description in PointSourceData.txt
Urban3kg/yeargross load in point source type 3, see description in PointSourceData.txt
Rgrwmrkg/yeargross load from groundwater flows into main river (regional groundwater routine 2, see code deepground in info.txt model options)
Rgrvolkg/yeargross load from groundwater flows into outlet lake if GeoData.txt variable //grwolake// > 0 (regional groundwater routine 1, see code deepground in info.txt model options)
Akg/yearload to local stream from all SLC classes
Bkg/yearload to local stream from all SLC classes and from rural household source local stream fraction (A + RuralB)
Ckg/yearload in local stream (B) after including the effect of local wetlands (defined in GeoData.txt, see also wetlands in model description)
Dkg/yearload after passage of local streams but before internal lakes
Ekg/yearload in fraction of local stream discharge that bypasses local lakes (see variable icatch in GeoData.txt
Fkg/yearload in fraction of local stream discharge that passes through local lakes (see variable icatch in GeoData.txt
Gkg/yearload in fraction of local stream discharge that has passed through local lakes
Hkg/yearnet load in local stream after local lake passage (E + G)
Ikg/yeartotal load to main river, consisting of: net load of local stream, upstream load, point source loads (Urban1-3), and groundwater load (Rgrwmr)
Jkg/yearload to main river after including the effect of main river wetlands (defined in GeoData.txt, see also wetlands in model description)
Kkg/yearload in main river, after river passage and before outlet lake
Lkg/yearload in main river with added regional ground water sources (K + Rgrwmr)
Mkg/yearnet load in main river after outlet lake passage
Nkg/yearload in bifurcation branch (see BranchData.txt
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