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 Dry deposition of nitrogen and phosphorus is added to the snow or, if there is no snow, directly to the ground. Phosphorus deposition is added to PartP-pool in the upper soil layer and nitrogen deposits to the IN dissolved in soil water if the parameter //ponatm// is not set. A new concentration of IN in the soil water is then calculated. The parameter //ponatm// indicates that some of the nitrogen deposition will be added to organic nitrogen pool (//fastN//) instead of to the IN pool. Dry deposition of nitrogen and phosphorus is added to the snow or, if there is no snow, directly to the ground. Phosphorus deposition is added to PartP-pool in the upper soil layer and nitrogen deposits to the IN dissolved in soil water if the parameter //ponatm// is not set. A new concentration of IN in the soil water is then calculated. The parameter //ponatm// indicates that some of the nitrogen deposition will be added to organic nitrogen pool (//fastN//) instead of to the IN pool.
  
-For both nitrogen and phosphorus wet deposition is added through the concentration of precipitation. Precipitation may fall as snow and be added to the snow pack or if it is rain added to the potential infiltration. Depending on the fate of the infiltration,​ the wet atmospheric deposition will mix with the recieving water (e.g. surface runoff, soil layer water, macropore flow).+For both nitrogen and phosphorus wet deposition is added through the concentration of precipitation ​(as described above). Precipitation may fall as snow and be added to the snow pack or if it is rain added to the potential infiltration. Depending on the fate of the infiltration,​ the wet atmospheric deposition will mix with the recieving water (e.g. surface runoff, soil layer water, macropore flow).
 ==== Atmospheric deposition to rivers and lakes ==== ==== Atmospheric deposition to rivers and lakes ====
  
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