Yesterday I read an article about acid rain.
China has an abysmal environmental record and has had to deal with massive pollution, acid rain and contaminated rivers over the last few years.
In this paper, we have shortly presented the four major issues on environment pollution we are now facing, that is acid rain, green house, vacant hole for ozone shells and water pollution.
Air pollution problems like acid rain have come up during the drafting process, but global warming has not figured prominently.
By some estimates acid rain falls on a third of all agricultural land; some climate experts predict long-term reductions in the country's vital rice crop.
Measuring the impurities in rain was one of his concerns, and though he may not have coined the term, he was was one of the first to observe acid rain.
Floods, draughts, acid rain …, these are the punishments from nature.
Soil acidification can be the result of acid rain. But overuse of certain types of nitrogen fertilizer is another cause, and this is what the researchers identify as the culprit in China.
We used to often hear about acid rain and almost everyone knows that acids are dangerous.
The fungus, recently discovered in Iran, grows naturally in crude oil and removes the sulphur and nitrogen compounds that lead to acid rain and air pollution.