Acid Rain

The answer is yes. The environmental effects of acid rain include the acidification of lakes and streams, damage to trees at high altitude, the acceleration of decay in buildings, and poorer air quality. The USGS studies these and other effects of acid...
No, but it can cause problems. Depending on where you live, maybe you've heard of acid rain. Now, acid rain is not pure acid falling from the sky, but rather it is rainfall or atmospheric moisture that reacts with air pollutants (primarily sulfur oxides...
Scientists from many disciplines are studying acid precipitation and its impact. The National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, a Federal program involving representatives from more than a dozen Federal agencies, has sponsored studies on how acid...