Humanity ecology is diverse depending on the environment it abodes in a given time and location. For instance, the current ecology distribution is in the urban where humanity has relocated to for employment and in search of better living (Jensen, 2009). Distribution depends on different factors, since life is currently changing at a high pace than expected that prompts humanity to find alternative ways to sustain the ever alterations that are erupting constantly (Gulia, 2004). This comprises moving to the regions where resources are available and somehow guaranteed even not all of them. Hence, making them populate one region than the other (Gulia, 2004). This is evident in the towns and less population in the up countries almost in every state or globally. Since, in urban there are new prospects that spring up and somehow enable somebody earn a living monetary means than in the upcountry (Jensen, 2009).
Geographical features do not have any selectivity like humanity and they occur naturally with no command of any sort. However, currently the predicament of the climate change is increasing the issue of desertification at a high rate than before (Gulia, 2004). This emanates from human activities that degrade the quality of the environment. Mainly the effects and its distribution of the dilapidation problem are evident in tropical regions with increasing cases of food insecurity (Gulia, 2004). In addition, some other areas especially both northern and Southern hemispheres diverse characteristics regarding sun durations are evident plus the general climate alterations (Jensen, 2009). Landforms in the alteration are not affected since they emanate from underground reformations that do not depend on the weather or and humanity activities. Currently, there is evident of such cases globally but not frequent as with climate change (Gulia, 2004).
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