What Is the Difference between Physical and Human Geography?

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Physical geography is typically the study of the planet's surface whereas human geography is the study of its earth's occupants in terms of people, communities and also cultures. Topics covered in physical geography may include formation of mountains and rocks, volcanoes, rivers and vegetation amongst others.
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