Faculty member Emanuele Di Lorenzo in Nature Climate Change


The Northeast Pacific’s largest marine heatwave on record was at least in part caused by El Niño climate patterns. And unusually warm water events in that ocean could potentially become more frequent with rising levels of greenhouse gases.

Chris Reinhard in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences


Chris Reinhard, assistant professor in Earth & Atmospheric Sciences / Georgia Tech and his team modelled how oxygen entered oceans from the atmosphere and from aquatic sources, and how oceans might have shuffled it around during the mid to late Proterozoic Eon. That was 0.6 to 1.8 billion years ago, when the Earth’s atmosphere had only fraction of the breathable oxygen it does today.

Joel E Kostka, Professor of Biology and Earth & Atmospheric Sciences in STEM outreach


Joel E. Kostka and his students visit fifth-grade students at Laurel Ridge Elementary School in Decatur for STEM outreach.  Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). 

EAS Graduate Students Win Fellowships to Take Their Research Outside Tech


“Congratulations to our Ph.D. students,” says College of Sciences Dean Paul M. Goldbart. “As a College, we are committed to expanding and enriching the research ecosystem for our students and faculty. We are confident that these successes early in your careers are harbingers of more to come after you receive your Ph.D. degrees from Georgia Tech.”