Jolie Laide

Aug 19, 2021 - 03:30pm

Dr. David Dyjack

Using the example of the spadefoot toad in the Sierra Nevada and the power of community singing as a protective strategy, this month’s column from NEHA Executive Director Dr. David Dyjack focuses on the power of us learning to “sing in unison” to consistently tell our story, convey our value and be generally more understandable and accessible to the public.

 

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September 2021 issue of the Journal of Environmental Health (JEH)
Journal of Environmental Health
September 2021
Volume 84, Number 2

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