volume 41, issue 8, P1067-1080 2001
DOI: 10.1088/0029-5515/41/8/310
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Abstract: The article reports on recent developments in the theory of secondary instability in drift-ion temperature gradient turbulence. Specifically, the article explores secondary instability as a mechanism for zonal flow generation, transport barrier dynamics and avalanche formation. These in turn are related to the space-time statistics of the drift wave induced flux, the scaling of transport with collisionality and β, and the spatio-temporal evolution of transport barriers.

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