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I especially thank Brian Anderson, Richard Denton, Steve Fuselier, Dave McComas, Michelle Thomsen, and Dan Winske for numerous discussionsand substant'ialsupport. S. Departmentof Energy(DOE) and was supportedby the DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences,Division of Engineeringand Geosciences, the SR2zT Program of the National Aeronauticsand Space Administration(NASA), and the Laboratory-Directed Researchand DevelopmentProgram of Los AlamosNational Laboratory. REFERENCES Anderson, B. , and S. A. 0 Hz and associatedplasma 20 PROTON ANISOTROPY UPPER BOUND ties in the Earth's subsolarmagnetosheath and plasma depletionlayer, J.