Values may be edited by clicking on the desired field and entering a new date or value.
See Lesson 7 of the online tutorial to follow an example of creating, adding, and editing point source data.
Special Note: A user may wish to add point source data sets from formats other than the MUTSIN files included in BASINS. This may be accomplished using the program WDMUtil. When adding a new point source data set, be sure to use the units specified above. In addition, certain conventions should be followed in the WDM attribute naming so that WinHSPF Point Sources tool recognizes these data sets as candidate point source inputs. The details of these conventions follow:
The scenario id attribute (IDSCEN) must begin with the three characters “PT-“. These names will appear in the Point Sources ‘Scenario’ list.
The constituent id attribute (IDCONS) must consist of a four-character abbreviation for the pollutant, or the standard five-digit parameter code. These names will appear in the Point Sources ‘Pollutant’ list.
The time series type attribute (TSTYPE) must consist of a four-character abbreviation for the pollutant. If the constituent is flow, this attribute must be “FLOW”.
The location id attribute (IDLOCN) must consist of the three characters “RCH” followed by the RCHRES id number of the reach on which this point source resides, such as “RCH9” for a point