Definition of human geography in English:

human geography

Syllabification: hu·man ge·og·ra·phy

noun

The branch of geography dealing with how human activity affects or is influenced by the earth’s surface.
More example sentences
  • A major branch of study within archaeology that draws on archaeological, historical geography, human geography, ecology, anthropology, and place-name studies.
  • There are no street addresses in Iraq because people define the terrestrial geography using human geography.
  • Add a little data storage and we can traverse the terrain of human geography, logging our footprints in the sands of time and recounting the meaning of our passages.

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