A holistic microclimate model

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plant_database_plants.dat [2012/07/06 18:42]
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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
 Plants are more than just porous wind shelters in ENVI-met. The model allows to define any plant from small grass up to huge trees using the same database scheme.\\ Plants are more than just porous wind shelters in ENVI-met. The model allows to define any plant from small grass up to huge trees using the same database scheme.\\
-The main database ''​PLANTS.DAT''​ is stored in the ''​\sys.basedata''​ folder. You can used this file or use [[LOCALDB|local databases]] containing more plant definitions.\\+The main database ''​PLANTS.DAT''​ is stored in the ''​\sys.basedata''​ folder. You can used this file or use [[LOCALDB|Local Databases]] containing more plant definitions.\\
 Use local databases to define plants which are specific to your simulation and should not be stored in a global file. If you create a model area and need new plants in ENVI-met, you should add them to a local database, too. If you transfer this simulation file to another computer, don't forget to transfer you local database with them. Use local databases to define plants which are specific to your simulation and should not be stored in a global file. If you create a model area and need new plants in ENVI-met, you should add them to a local database, too. If you transfer this simulation file to another computer, don't forget to transfer you local database with them.