Francis Hallé (born 15 April 1938) is a French botanist and biologist. He is a specialist on tropical rainforests and of tree architecture. He is best known for the first "Radeau des cimes" ("Navigating the peaks") he initiated with an aerostatic balloon in 1986. He is a Professor Emeritus of the University of Montpellier.
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- SNACK 3: I am a Tree / Workshop with Francis Hallé and Peter Del Tredici Essays by Hanna Barefoot and Lucy McFadden. Drawings by Katherine Cannella, Amanda Coen, Jennifer Livingston, Matthew Scarnaty, and Rachel Vassar. Photos by Leena Cho and Brian Osborn
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