Strange Attractors in Drift Wave Turbulence

@inproceedings{Lewandowski2003StrangeAI,
  title={Strange Attractors in Drift Wave Turbulence},
  author={J. L. V. Lewandowski},
  year={2003}
}
There are growing experimental, numerical and theoretical evidences that the anomalous transport observed in tokamaks and stellarators is caused by slow, drift-type modes (such as trapped electron modes and ion-temperature gradient-driven modes). Although typical collision frequencies in hot, magnetized fusion plasmas can be quiet low in absolute values, collisional effects are nevertheless important since they act as dissipative sinks. 

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