John Toon-Georgia Institute of Technology News Office

Articles by John Toon-Georgia Institute of Technology News Office

China's Severe Winter Haze Tied to Effects of Global Climate Change

by John Toon-Georgia Institute of Technology News Office

Modeling and data analysis done by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology suggest that sea ice and snowfall changes have shifted China's winter monsoon, helping create stagnant atmospheric conditions that trap pollution over the country's major population and industrial centers

Size Matters for Marine Protected Areas Designed to Aid Coral

by John Toon-Georgia Institute of Technology News Office

In a study that may sound a new alarm for endangered corals, researchers have found that small community-based marine protected areas may be especially vulnerable to attack by crown-of-thorns sea stars that can devastate coral reefs

Engineered “Sand” May Help Cool Electronic Devices

by John Toon-Georgia Institute of Technology News Office

The bottom line could be a potentially new class of high thermal conductivity materials useful for heat dissipation from power electronics, LEDs, and other applications