Turbulent transport in reaction-diffusion systems
The impact of turbulent advection in reaction-diffusion systems is investigated for the viscous range of scales. We show that the population size can increase exponentially even in systems with density saturation, at the expense of exponential propagation of the reaction front. Exact expressions for scaling exponents of the density and population size are calculated in different intermediate asymptotics of the process. The system appears to demonstrate high intermittency.