cities because there's more air pollution.
what effect does acid rain have on sea life?
Acid rain can dissolve stones.
Raindrops are visible.
acid rain damages lakes and streams and chips statues like in towns and stuff
Limestone is a base, and as such it neutralises acid rain.
acid rain erodes stuff
Acid rain can damage the leaves on trees and can kill them.
India, China, and Sweden experience heavy acid rain.
Acid rain effects lakes and rivers, oceans and seas, and land. Acid rain also effects people
it does not affect persons. to the unknowledgeable on the topic of acid rain, rain is just rain. Acid rain has no adverse effect on people yet the same cannot be said about materials,statues, monuments, stone/ metal structures.
Acid Rain destroyes and eats at stones and certain minerals.
Yes, it does. But the acid rain does not cause that much affect.
explain the role of acid rain in habitat destruction
acid rain kills everything thats living practially
every animal is affected by acid rain somehow so yea
Acid rain can pollute the water in lakes and rivers. Acid rain can also burn the vegetation in these lakes and rivers.
It's the acid that effects plants
yes mainly because there is alot of power plants
since the acid in the rain is a corrosive (a liquid that will 'eat' through materials), the acid rain could accelerate the process of rusting on a car
Acid rain causes erosion of metal. The effects of acid rain add to the expense of maintaining and detract from the appearance of metal structures.
Melting of rock or erosion
it can erode and deteriorate them
It leaches out nutrients.
acid rain contains sulfur dioxide which is an acid, which then dissolves the surface of monuments, this is a slow process. also acid snow can do the same