### Table 9: The equilibrium location of xm 0 for the asymmetric f(u) of (5.2). 28

1998

"... In PAGE 22: ...or the asymmetric f(u) of (5.2), we now verify the asymptotic result (4.17) for the equilibrium location x0 = xm 0 corresponding to the equilibrium solution u ~ u quot;(x; xm 0 ). In Table9 we compare asymptotic and numerical results for xm 0 at di erent values of quot;. The asymptotic result for xm 0 was computed from (4.... ..."

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### Table 9: The equilibrium location of xm 0 for the asymmetric f(u) of (5.2). 28

1998

"... In PAGE 22: ...or the asymmetric f(u) of (5.2), we now verify the asymptotic result (4.17) for the equilibrium location x0 = xm 0 corresponding to the equilibrium solution u ~ u quot;(x; xm 0 ). In Table9 we compare asymptotic and numerical results for xm 0 at di erent values of quot;. The asymptotic result for xm 0 was computed from (4.... ..."

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### Table 9. The equilibrium location of xm 0 for the asymmetric f(u) of (5:2)

1998

"... In PAGE 22: ...or the asymmetric f(u) of equation (5.2), we now verify the asymptotic result (4.17) for the equilibrium location x0 = xm 0 corresponding to the equilibrium solution u ~ u quot;(x; xm 0 ). In Table9 we compare asymptotic and numerical results for xm 0 at di erent values of quot;. The asymptotic result for xm 0 was computed from equation (4.... ..."

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### Table 5 shows the analogous calculations for the second treatment, with equally likely private values of $0, $3, or $6. Interestingly, this increase in values does not alter the equilibrium bids in the unique Bayesian Nash equilibrium, as indicated by the location of optimal

2001

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### Table 1. Groundwater composition (n = 1) in a sequence from the moraine towards Polder Bethune and surface water composition of the River Vecht and the Amsterdam-Rhint Canal (n = 3). Locations of piezometers are given in Fig. 1.

"... In PAGE 11: ...hat has infiltrated into the adjacent polder (Fig. 2). The groundwater composition below the fen resem- bles that of the regional groundwater in the centre of Polder Bethune. Both are calcium-rich and non- polluted (sampling point c and e, respectively; Table1 ). This indicates supply of the fen by region- al groundwater.... ..."

### Table 1. At this location, z=0 and the transport rate is only a function of runup height and the local beach slope and its equilibrium value. Thus, Eq. (8) will reduce to:

"... In PAGE 8: ...2. Experimental runs and measurement results Table1 summarizes the runs made during the six experiments, where the notation for a specific run is HA for Hasaki Beach, HI for Hiratsuka Beach, and a two-digit number for the year of the experiment. The letter N at the end denotes a measurement during natural conditions, before any modifications of the foreshore was made.... In PAGE 12: ...The quantities dh/dx=tanb and tanbe were taken from Table1 , whereas the runup height was computed using the iterative formula recommended by Mayer and Kriebel (1994), where a composite slope for the swash and surf zone is used. The significant wave height was employed in calculating R.... In PAGE 15: ... conditions. The wave heights and periods given below differs a bit from the values presented in Table1 since these values encompass slightly different measure- ment periods. 6.... ..."

### Table 5. Equilibrium Expected Payoffs for the (0,3,6) Treatment (Optimal Bids Are Denoted by an Asterisk *)

2001

"... In PAGE 22: ... Note that the equilibrium involves bidding about one half of the value.15 Table5 shows the analogous calculations for the second treatment, with equally likely private values of $0, $3, or $6. Interestingly, this increase in values does not alter the equilibrium bids in the unique Bayesian Nash equilibrium, as indicated by the location of optimal 15 The bids would be exactly half of value if the highest value were $4 instead of $5, but we had to raise the... ..."

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### Table 2. Equilibrium Expected Payoffs for the High-Values Treatment (Optimal Bids Are Denoted by an Asterisk *)

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... However, this does not exclude the possibility of other symmetric Nash equilibria in pure or mixed strategies, a possibility that is ruled out by the uniqueness proof in Appendix A. Table2 shows the analogous calculations for the second treatment, with equally likely private values of $0, $3, $5, $7, $9, or $12. Interestingly, this value increase does not alter the equilibrium bids in the unique symmetric equilibrium, as indicated by the location of optimal bids for each value.... ..."

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