Matthaeus, W. H., Oughton, S., Pontius, D. H., & Zhou, Y. (1995). RReply to “Comment on ‘Evolution of energy-containing turbulent eddies in the solar wind’ by W. H. Matthaeus, S. Oughton, D. H. Pontius Jr., and Y. Zhou”. Journal of Geophysical Research, 100(A7), 12329-12333.
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In their preceding comment on our paper [Matthaeus et al., 1994] (hereinafter reffered to as paper 1), Tu and Marsh [this issue] object vehemently to what they perceive as undeserved criticism of the class of solar wind turbulence models developed by Tu and coworkers[Tu et al., 1984, Tu, 1987, 1988]. Our intent was not to slight the valuable contributions made in those groundbreaking theories for incorporating turbulence into models for spatial transport. Rather, we wished to point out certain shortcomings in existing theories and suggest how they might be improved.
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