Robert Bailey (geographer)
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Robert G. Bailey (born 1939) is an American geographer. In the mid-1990s the US Forest Service adapted the Bailey hierarchy of ecological units for use as the scientific framework for ecosystem management of the national forests.
- Davis, Norah Deakin (May–June 1994). "Following the mapmaker - US Forest Service chief geographer Robert G. Bailey". American Forests. Retrieved 31 March 2009.
- International Scientific Symposium 2012 speaker bios
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