High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Stephen C. Sillett (born
March 19, 1968) is a botanist specializing in old growth forest
canopies. As the first scientist to enter the redwood forest
canopy, he pioneered new methods for climbing, exploring, and
studying tall trees. Sillett has climbed many of the world's
tallest trees to study the plant and animal life residing in their
crowns and is generally recognized as an authority on tall trees,
especially redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens). He is the first Kenneth
L. Fisher Chair in Redwood Forest Ecology for the Department of
Biological Sciences at Humboldt State University. He is featured in
Richard Preston's New York Times best seller The Wild Trees, as
well as in academic journals, general interest magazines, and
nature television programs. He lives in Arcata, California, with
wife Marie Antoine, a botanist and fellow forest canopy research
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