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Multi-scale turbulence naturally develops and plays an important role in many fluid, gas and plasma phenomena. Statistical models of multi-scale turbulence usually employ Kolmogorov hypotheses of spectral locality of interactions (meaning that interactions primarily occur between pulsations of comparable scales) and scale-invariance of turbulent pulsations. However, optical turbulence described by the nonlinear Schrodinger equation exhibits breaking of both the Kolmogorov locality anddoi:10.1103/physreve.97.032202 pmid:29776139 fatcat:d2rfwgezgfe3vdgt467bsaooky