Almost 50 percent of life on earth is estimated to live in tree canopies, yet this was an unexplored region until about 25 years ago. Much of my work has involved solving the challenge of just getting into the treetops: inventing gadgets, refining hot air balloon design, creating canopy walkways, working from cherry pickers and construction cranes. Once up there, I discovered that insects eat four times more leaf material than we imagined.
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Meg is affectionately called the mother of canopy research as one of the first scientists to explore this eighth continent. She did the same thing for a village in Western Samoa where she helped to build a treetop walkway to draw tourists and create sustainable income for the local school system.
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Preservation efforts will benefit children directly and teach them to become good stewards of what has been given to them. Her expertise involves canopy ecology, particularly plant-insect relationships, and spans over 25 years in Australia, Peru, Africa, the Americas, and the South Pacific.
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