Where did acid rain happen in India?
Analysis of rainwater samples from Nagpur, Mohanbari (in Assam), Allahabad, Visakhapatnam and Kodaikanal in the decade 2001-2012 showed a pH level varying from 4.77 to 5.32, indicating that these places have actually been receiving ‘acid rain’. Rainwater with pH below 5.65 is considered acidic.
Where is acid rain the worst?
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.
Which country receives most acid rain?
United States and Canada are the countries which are mostly affected by acid rain because of high number of factories, power plants and large number of automotive plants. Europe, Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Norway and Finland are affected because of British and European factories.
- Where did acid rain happen in India?
- Where is acid rain the worst?
- Which country receives most acid rain?
- When was the first acid rain in India?
- What is acid rain India?
- Is there acid rain in Mumbai?
- Is Taj Mahal affected by acid rain?
- How do we stop acid rain?
- What is the pH of acidic rain?
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