Acid Rain

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Science

 

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Katie H

 

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June 29, 2013

 

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University

 

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Studies show that acid rain is one of the largest contributing factors in the death of forests and lakes. Acid rain indirectly kills millions of acres of forestland each decade. In the 1960s, people found that acid rain fall was unhealthy and damaging to forests (Baines, 20). Acid rain does not kill the trees directly...
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Acid rain makes the tree weaken and poisons it with toxic substances that are slowly released from the soil (EPA). When the trees weaken from the acid, it has a harder time fighting off adversaries such as fungi, diseases, and frost so subsequently it dies. Around the 1970s the acid rain dilemma got worse, the acid rain has put trees in danger and now they are starting to die off...
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