I would say "…they are unevenly distributed", without geographically. "Distributed" already implies concentrations and under-concentrations of geographical resources, so saying "geographical" in that sentence may sound redundant.
thank you so much both of you. Your comments really helped.
I felt the same way when I wrote this myself, but I wanted to make sure I was talking about "geographical" distribution, not in skills or incomes. If I'd written, "they are unevenly distributed geographically." would it have sounded any better?
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