A holistic microclimate model

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 {{ :filereference:output:outputfolders.png ?nolink 600 |Root output folders of ENVI-met 4}} {{ :filereference:output:outputfolders.png ?nolink 600 |Root output folders of ENVI-met 4}}
  
-The uppermost level of file organisation starts by sorting the output files into subfolders of the selected output folders. The figure above shows the folder structure of a typical ENVI-met output folder (some folders are only existing in the Advanced version of ENVI-met). All files in one folder are of the same structure and contain the same set of information, some of the output folders are further organized in sub folders. The following list summarizes the basic content of the folders. For more information, click on the "→(Name)" below.+The uppermost level of file organisation starts by sorting the output files into subfolders of the selected output folders. The figure above shows an example of the folder structure of a typical ENVI-met output folder (some folders are only existing in the Advanced version of ENVI-met, others may be added in the course of time). All files in one folder are of the same structure and contain the same set of information, some of the output folders are further organized in sub folders. The following list summarizes the basic content of the folders. For more information, click on the "→(Name)" below.
  
   -  **[[filereference:output:atmosphere | → Atmosphere:]]**  All information about the state of the atmosphere at different times of model simulation. Definitely the largest set of data and mostly considered as "the" model result (which is not true as the other data are very important, too).    -  **[[filereference:output:atmosphere | → Atmosphere:]]**  All information about the state of the atmosphere at different times of model simulation. Definitely the largest set of data and mostly considered as "the" model result (which is not true as the other data are very important, too).