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Interview with Gregor Hagedorn

This is a short interview with an expert - Gregor Hagedorn from the Museum of Natural History in Berlin.

Why is it important to care about biodiversity? How is the population in undisturbed ecosystems regulated? How does human activity influence population dynamics? Gregor Hagedorn from the Museum of Natural History in Berlin comments on all these questions, and you will see that the answers open up a whole world of possibilities for modeling and for contemplating the complexities of the world we live in.

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