# Toroidal universal drift instability: A global gyrokinetic study

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Studies the effect of poloidally mode coupled, ballooning type electrostatic drift waves on a magnetic island. Indication that particle orbits can become stochastic; Particle orbits' behavior as a possible candidate for the radial plasma transport across a magnetic island of a tokamak.