What are 5 causes of acid rain?
- Combustion of coal and oil.
- Power plants and manufacturing industries.
- Automobiles and other vehicles.
- Volcanic eruptions: The main natural causal agent for acid rain is volcanic emissions.
Where is acid rain common?
Acid rain is responsible for severe environmental destruction across the world and occurs most commonly in the North Eastern United States, Eastern Europe and increasingly in parts of China and India.
What is acid rain for kids?
Acid rain is formed when pollutants called oxides of sulfur and nitrogen, contained in power plant smoke, factory smoke, and car exhaust, react with the moisture in the atmosphere. Dry deposition, such as soot and ash, sleet, hail, snow, smog and low level ozone are forms that acid rain can take, despite its name.
- What are 5 causes of acid rain?
- Where is acid rain common?
- What is acid rain for kids?
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