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 To simulate temperature as the substance T2 the lake is divided in two lake parts, lake temperature in a hypothetical epilimnion and hypolimnion (//​uppertemp//,​ //​lowertemp//​) is handled in the model. The average temperature of the lake is also a state variable. The size of volumes related to the upper and lower temperatures are determined by the thermocline which is estimated for each outlet lake. To simulate temperature as the substance T2 the lake is divided in two lake parts, lake temperature in a hypothetical epilimnion and hypolimnion (//​uppertemp//,​ //​lowertemp//​) is handled in the model. The average temperature of the lake is also a state variable. The size of volumes related to the upper and lower temperatures are determined by the thermocline which is estimated for each outlet lake.
  
-| {{:​start:​hype_model_description:​epi_hypo_lake.png?​400}} ​                                                                                                        ​+| {{:​start:​hype_model_description:​epi_hypo_lake.png?​400}} ​                ​
-| Figure 3: Two different divisions ​of a lake. Left: two parts signifying fast flows (FLP) and slow flows (SLP). Right: epilimnion (EPI) and hypolimnion (HYPO). ​ |+| Figure 3: Division ​of a lake: epilimnion (EPI) and hypolimnion (HYPO). ​ |
  
 Thermocline depth is estimated from lake area (Hanna, 1990). This average depth is adjusted for current changes by adding precipitation (//prec//) and inflow (//qin//) to the lake, and remove evaporation (//​evap//​). ​ Thermocline depth is estimated from lake area (Hanna, 1990). This average depth is adjusted for current changes by adding precipitation (//prec//) and inflow (//qin//) to the lake, and remove evaporation (//​evap//​). ​
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