Posted by : Muhammad Khalid Monday, 28 July 2014

A natural landscape is a landscape that is unaffected by human activity. A natural landscape is intact when all living and nonliving elements are free to move and change. A natural landscape may contain either the living or nonliving or both. In his extensive travels in South America, Alexander von Humboldt became the first to conceptualize a natural landscape  separate from the cultural landscape.  Some have described a transition of a pristine landscape state to a humanized landscape state, which includes the human-modified landscape, the primeval landscape, the ancient landscape, the undisturbed wilderness and the managed landscape.  Source

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