I'm really stuck on my homework it says Geography can be divided into tree strands, phisical, human and enviromental. Explain what it means in your own words. I'm really stuck so could you help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Well, I'd be confused too! Is it possible the "tree" strands should be "three" strands? Then it means there is a physical, human and environmental side to geography.


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    posted by SraJMcGin
  2. Here's an example of a physical map:
    You can see where there are mountains, deserts, etc.

    Here's an example of a "human" map:
    Scroll down a bit to see the map. It's a map of the world with each country shown in a different color. Humans have made these divisions, not nature!

    Here, you can explore different types of environmental maps, depending on what you're researching:
    The National Geographic link is probably the best one.

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    posted by Writeacher
  3. PS -- Usually "human" maps are referred to as political maps.

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    posted by Writeacher
  4. Physical geography is concerned with land and water forms. It also includes natural resources.

    Human geography is concerned with the cultures of the various people who live on earth.

    Environmental geography studies the relationship between the physical environment and people.

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  5. If you are willing to buy a house, you would have to get the business loans. Moreover, my mother commonly uses a student loan, which is the most rapid.

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