Astrophysical MHD turbulence: confluence of observations, simulations, and theory

Type Conference Paper
Names Blakesley Burkhart, Alex Lazarian
Proceedings Title Proceedings of IAU Symposium
Conference Name Solar and Astrophysical Dynamos and Magnetic Activity
Volume 294
Pages 325-336
Date July 1, 2013
DOI 10.1017/S1743921313002718
ISBN 1743-9221
Short Title Astrophysical MHD turbulence
URL http://adsabs.org/2013IAUS.294.325B
Library Catalog labs.adsabs.harvard.edu
Abstract Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) turbulence is a critical component of the current paradigms of star formation, dynamo theory, particle transport, magnetic reconnection and evolution of the ISM. In order to gain understanding of how MHD turbulence regulates processes in the Galaxy, a confluence of numerics, observations and theory must be imployed. In these proceedings we review recent progress that has been made on the connections between theoretical, numerical, and observational understanding of MHD turbulence as it applies to both the neutral and ionized interstellar medium.
Tags ISM: General, MHD (magnetohydrodynamics), turbulence
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