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Sir Harry George Champion was a forest officer in British India who created a classification of the forest types of India and Burma.
He studied at New College, Oxford, and obtained a degree in chemistry in 1912 and then studied botany and forestry under William Schlich. He joined the Indian Forest Servicee in 1915 and became a silviculturist at the Forest Research Institute at Dehra Dun staying there until 1936 before becoming a Conervator in the United Provinces.
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