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Richard C. Ghail

Lecturer In Engineering Geology

Imperial College London

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Imperial College London is one of the world's leading universities. The College's 16,000 students and 8,000 staff are expanding the frontiers of knowledge in science, medicine, engineering and business, and translating their discoveries into benefits for socie...more

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Employment History

Research Associate, Planetary Science

T.H. Huxley School


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The Geological Society

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Dr Richard Ghail, Imperial College London, UK


Drift-filled hollows in Battersea: investigation of the structure and geology along the route of the Northern Line Extension, London | Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology

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Richard C. Ghail
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ, UK Find this author on Google Scholar


blogs.discovermagazine.com

According to Dr Richard Ghail, a Research Associate at the Imperial College in London, the key to life on Earth has less to do with the stabilizing effect of the Moon and more to do with the increase in the Earth's density when the Moon was created.


www.bbc.co.uk

Dr Richard Ghail, an expert on Venus at Imperial College London, is highly sceptical of this Goldilocks theory, however.
"For me, the key thing is that Venus has a lower density than the Earth," he told the BBC. In Dr Ghail's opinion, this has led to a spiral of doom for Venus. Without a turbulent core, no magnetic field was generated. Dr Ghail said: "When you think about it, there was this one amazing chance event [a collision that flung off the Moon] that made the Earth the way it is. Richard Ghail at Imperial College London


www.didcotfirst.org.uk

Dr. Richard Ghail, a geologist at Imperial College London, will explain...


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