Canopy Research - Working at Height in Forests
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Forests are home to some of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet, offering huge potential for scientific research.

Accessing the canopy has proved an obstacle over the past five decades, keeping scientists and explorers trying to find the most efficient, cost-effective and scientifically compatible methods possible.

Tree climbing with ropes and harnesses is a low impact, mobile and affordable solution to gain access to the forest canopy with advances in equipment and technical knowledge over the past 20 years have opening up opportunities to work safely and efficiently in these incredible environments.