About this person

Benjamin is a specialist on terrestrial lidar and photogrammetric data collection and processing, as well as GIS and data management. He joined the VOG group in 2014 after graduating with a BSc degree in geomatics at Newcastle University, UK. Benjamin works primarily on the SAFARI project, responsible for collecting and processing outcrop data into virtual outcrop models. Since he started Benjamin has also worked on his interests connected with improving the workflow used for processing outcrop models, combining laser scanning and SfM data and evaluating new software. He is also registered as the accountable manager for Uni Research as an RPAS operator in Norway

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  • Buckley, Simon John; Ringdal, Kari; Tong, Bowei; Dolva, Benjamin; Naumann, Nicole; Kurz, Tobias Herbert Combined visualisation of 3D outcrop and related geoscientific data using LIME. 2018.
  • Buckley, Simon John; Ringdal, Kari; Dolva, Benjamin; Lecomte, Isabelle; Anell, Ingrid Margareta; Braathen, Alvar A virtual field trip to seismic-scale outcrops of the Triassic, Edgeøya, Svalbard. 2018.
  • Kurz, Tobias Herbert; Dewez, Thomas J.B.; Naumann, Nicole; Buckley, Simon John; Ringdal, Kari; Dolva, Benjamin; Lahondère, Didier; Cagnard, Florence; Haas, Hubert; Wille, Guillaume; Naumann, Marcel Mapping naturally occurring asbestos using combined spectral–geometric approaches. 2018.
  • Naumann, Nicole; Howell, John Anthony; Buckley, Simon John; Ringdal, Kari; Dolva, Benjamin; Maxwell, Gail; Chmielewska, Magda New ways of sharing outcrop data: the SAFARI database and 3D web viewer. 2018.
  • Buckley, Simon John; Naumann, Nicole; Ringdal, Kari; Dolva, Benjamin; Tong, Bowei; Vanbiervliet, Joris; Kurz, Tobias Herbert; Howell, John Anthony Enhanced excursions: How virtual field trips complement existing geoscience field activities. 2018.
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