### Table 1 The Parameters of the Three Dimensional Kinesin Model

### Table 1. Assignment of eigenvalues to free parameters for a three-dimensional tex- ture.

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### Table 3.2: Summary of parameters for three-dimensional tomography simulations.

### TABLE 1 Parameters of One-dimensional Models Fitting Three-dimensional Models

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### TABLE 2 Parameters of One-dimensional and Three-dimensional Models Fitting Data

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### Table 4 Parameter Values used for each Simulation of the Three Dimensional Model

### Table 3. Maximum Simulated Likelihood Estimation Results for Three Dimensional Integration

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### Table 4. Three-dimensional model domain parameters used for the numerical study. Parameter Value Crossplane width/height (Ly, Lz) 216 m (6 b0)

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### Table 4. Three-dimensional model domain parameters used for the numerical study. Parameter Value Crossplane width/height (Ly, Lz) 216 m (6 b0)

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### Table 14. Parameters used in MOC3D simulation of three-dimensional transport from a point source with flow in the x-direction and flow at 45 degrees to x and y

"... In PAGE 63: ... Because advective transport occurs only in the x-y plane, the number of layers was held constant at 24. The input parameters for the simulations are presented in Table14 , which includes the several different values used for grid dimensions and spacing. The results for both the analytical and numerical solutions for the case in which flow occurs only in the x-direction are shown in figure 30.... ..."