Landscape Formed by Physical Geography
Physical geography is an integral factor that forms landscapes. It includes climate, hydrology, soils, flora and fauna. All of these elements are interdependent, related and systematically interact to form a natural physical geographical environment. The formation of a nature-based tourism resource is dependent on such integration. Huangshan is an example. Its four unique features, including unique pines, strange rocks, clouds, and hot springs, are dependent on the vertical joints in the granite, the warm and humid climate, the dense vegetation and the specific hydrological conditions of the area.