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Explains why the concept of biotic regulation is of fundamental importance in solving a wide range of environmental and other problems. Beginning with a survey of the geographic environment and the structural units within it, the book argues that ecosystems represent sets of homogeneous, closely-correlated communities of organisms and environments. These correlated communities, or `biogeocenoses', are similar to corporate structures within economic systems and interact competitively with each other.