Acid rain will go into are rivers, reservoirs and oceans and cause the pH of them to increase slightly therefore affecting marine life. Killing fish also causes other animals which eat fish and use the water to be effected. This would cause an economic impact because fishermen would loose money and acid rain will cause soil to be acidic meaning crops and plants wont grow as well which would effect farmers. This would cause a social impact as acid rain erodes limestone/ certain buildings, and there to be less fish/animals for us to eat. This would cause an environmental impact as plants, marine life and animals will be killed. Overall you can clearly see that acid rain effects us greatly.
The acid rain is a rain containing traces of acid. It does affect very less ozone.
how does acid rain affect a statue carved from marble
Acid rain dissolves marble statues.
Acid rain can have a devastating affect on the desert. This acid can wear through the plants protective layer and it will then die in the sun.
Acid rain can damage skin of a person.
no because acid rain is made up of co2 particles
Yes, it does. But the acid rain does not cause that much affect.
Yes, acid rain does affect germination of seeds by mixing in with the soil and damaging the seed coating.
We build factories that create pollution; in some cases acid rain
yes seed beans are affected by acid rain
acid rain can affect many things
It dissolves it. The acid in the rain (possibly nitric acid, nitrous acid, carbonic acid, etc.) forms calcium salts.
it burns it
yes, it can
yes it can
Yes it does.
yes. its acid you dickweed
As acid rain is acidic in nature it will change the pH of lakes and rivers also which will affect the aquatic life in them
it doesn't affect it as far as i know
Acid rain does a great deal of damage to the soil and standing crops as well.
Acid rain does affect building materials. Calcium carbonate is commonly found in building materials. Calcium carbonate dissolves in weak acids. Acid rain is a common cause of erosion.
the acid erodes the surfae of the building