Vivian Queija has been engaged in Light Detection and Ranging (lidar) topographic data applied research.
Vivian Queija has been engaged in Light Detection and Ranging (lidar) topographic data applied research since 2003. She performed the quality control analysis on the first lidar flight of Mount St. Helens in 2004. She started a program that works with ground-based lidar (GBL), collecting point data with a resolution of up to 2-millimeters spot spacing. She has a wide range of skills that includes survey grade Global Positioning System collection and data processing, GBL data collection and processing, geographic information systems technologies, and image processing.
Education and Certifications
BS in Geography from the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.