The two types of geography are physical geography and human geography. Physical geography deals with the natural phenomena that shaped the Earth while human geography is concerned about the effects of human interactions with their environment.
Geography, considered both a natural and social science, is the systematic study of the interconnections between the physical evolution of the Earth and the people that inhabit the planet. Physical geography investigates various fields such as meteorology, climatology, hydrology, oceanography, biogeography, geomatics, glaciology, geomorphology and landscape ecology. Human geography, meanwhile, covers the areas of social and cultural, developmental, behavioral, political, historical, population, economic and urban geographies.