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HSPF - Hydrologic Simulation Program - FORTRAN

VERSION/DATE: Version 11.00 3/1/96 

IMPORTANT: After installing Version 11.0 install the HSPF Y2K patch included with CD.

OPERATING SYSTEM: DOS

RELATED PROGRAM: HSPEXP: E-xpert System for Calibration of HSPF

DISTRIBUTOR: EPA

DOCUMENTATION (768 Pages):

Hydrological Simulation Program -- FORTRAN User's Manual for Release 11 September 1996 EPA

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION PROVIDED WITH Hydro-CD:

MNPSWQ - Modeling for Nonpoint Source Water Quality in Urban and Non-urban Areas June 1991 EPA

ABSTRACT

HSPF simulates for extended periods of time the hydrologic, and associated water quality, processes on pervious and impervious land surfaces and in streams and well-mixed impoundments. HSPF uses continuous rainfall and other meteorologic records to compute streamflow hydrographs and pollutographs. HSPF simulates interception soil moisture, surface runoff, interflow, base flow, snowpack depth and water content, snowmelt, evapotranspiration, ground-water recharge, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), temperature, pesticides, conservatives, fecal coliforms, sediment detachment and transport, sediment routing by particle size, channel routing, reservoir routing, constituent routing, pH, ammonia, nitrite-nitrate, organic nitrogen, orthophosphate, organic phosphorus, phytoplankton, and zooplankton. Program can simulate one or many pervious or impervious unit areas discharging to one or many river reaches or reservoirs. Frequency-duration analysis can be done for any time series. Any time step from 1 minute to 1 day that divides equally into 1 day can be used. Any period from a few minutes to hundreds of years may be simulated. HSPF is generally used to assess the effects of land-use change, reservoir operations, point or nonpoint source treatment alternatives, flow diversions, etc. Programs, available separately, support data preprocessing and postprocessing for statistical and graphical analysis of data saved to the Watershed Data Management (WDM) file.
 
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