A geographic region is part of the set of natural regions: is about territorial zones that are delimited from certain characteristics of the nature. The physical geography it is what allows the recognition of a geographic region.
This means that a geographic region is determined by features such as the vegetation, the hydrography and the relief. On many occasions, the geographic region coincides with an administrative region created by a Condition.
Because all regions are “Created” or “Recognized” by man, there are specialists who define geographic regions as the areas where certain human activities take place according to the characteristics of the territory. In this sense, a geographic region is associated with a way of life made possible by the physiognomy of the geography of the land.
There are certain generic types of geographic regions, such as the plains region, the hilly region, the plateau region and the mountain region, which are explained in some detail in the definition of natural region. On the other hand, the bed sheet, the scrub and the wet jungle can also be considered as geographic regions based on their vegetation:
* bed sheet: it is an ecosystem that is characterized by the presence of trees and shrubs, although the former provide really little coverage, either due to their size (they are usually small) or their low density. This gives rise to a continuity in the herbaceous layer. The savannah presents a combination of characteristics of the grassland and the forest. It is usually found in a transition between semi-desert and jungle, in tropical and subtropical dry zones, although it can also be found in a ecosystem tempered;
* scrub: it is a field that stands out for having a domain of shrubs in its vegetation, which can also include grass, geophytic plants (vegetables that grow in the form of rhizome, bulb, storage root or tuber under the I usually) and lawns. Other names by which the scrub is known are bushland Y matojal. It is important to note that this type of geographic region can be created by humans and not just cataloged as such. The high probabilities of fire that characterize the scrub make it dangerous for human settlements;
* wet jungle: also known as ombrophilous forest, rainforest Y rainforest, is a kind of biome that brings together jungle ecosystems with a tropical or humid subtropical climate, and is located largely in the strip between the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer. It has a high density of trees, especially wide evergreen, its weather it is warm and rainy much of the year.
We said above lines that, ultimately, the delimitation of a region always depends on the human being. There is no exact natural or geographical border that allows differentiating between two regions. For example, a plain region can be located next to a hill region. Between the two there is a certain surface, on which the terrain begins to rise, which could be classified as flat or hill and whose determination depends on conventional criteria.
Bliss transition It is one of the features of nature, which seems to unfold spontaneously and fluidly before us but, at the same time, finished and, according to the point of view, perfect, impossible to reproduce. However, our approach to the planet and to life in general is characterized by the search for structures, by the imposition of limits and rules that mold our environment to needs that have little to do with our essence, and for that reason we usually go through the world causing irreparable damage.