Eco-Geomorphological analysis includes the impact assessment of relief which is laid under an ecosystem condition. The relief plays in direct and indirect, various ecological roles. The phenomenon that the elevation rising above the sea level is mostly influenced by indirectly way through climate to the reduced air pressure, oxygen deficiency, reduction of air temperature, excessive solar radiation, and creating strong wind. The depth of relief dissection of the mountainous area has a bumpy surface created from floods and mudflows, so this situation increasing energy consumption and causing further injuries during the climbing in the mountain, and also entirely burden in the domestic industry working. However, mountainous landscapes have a specific impact on human well-being and have a considerable tourism resource that dominates the area of interest. Under the steppe environment, the relief dissection increases the landscape unique features and its tourism potential, but in other respects, it is valued negatively. The relationships between the three types including the surface and the population, the surface and the livestock, the surface and the agriculture which are most significant for the studies on the interaction between environment and human society, are assessed and concluded.

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