Geography is a science that seeks to analyze the physical environment as well as study human influences to and interactions with the environment. Thus, this discipline examines the various physical forces that help shape the landscape and the role that humans play in the alteration of the landscape. Geography is a spatial and temporal science. A geographer will study the spatial and temporal distribution of vegetation across the globe, the physical forces leading to earthquakes and volcanoes, the historical and future arrangements of human societies across the planet, and the reasons behind differing climates from one part of the world to the next—presently, historically, and predicatively. The field is strongly interdisciplinary with roots in the physical and cultural sciences.
The lectures of Geography in English is divided into 20 important sections, which are in turn described briefly. Most of sections of lectures are taken from The Ultimate Guide Book to the North Eastern State’s Public Service Commission CCE (Preliminary Exams) – ACS/MCS/NCS/APCS/SCS/TC. In this audio playlist the author covers all important topics of Geography.