HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIP IN GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH
The study of human-environment relationships in various geographic dimensions is becoming increasingly popular. Human-environmental relations studies environmental change, the interactions between social and physical systems, human pressure on biogeochemical processes, and social effects on the environment. This research work discusses the main areas of concern in people's relationships with the environment, emphasizing the topic's inclusiveness. The authors then propose these analytical methods for evaluating the effects of environmental change on society. The expertise gained from theoretical and observational studies of human-environmental interactions was ultimately used to establish a general anthropogenic pressure indicator system. Population, economic growth, resource use, and urbanization are three types of anthropogenic indicators identified. The article concludes with a brief description of future research avenues in human-environment research.