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  1. Acid Rain (Conserving Our World) by John D. Baines, 1991-04-16
  2. Acid Rain: The North American Forecast by Ross Howard, Michael Perley, 1980-11
  3. Acid Rain: Are the Problems Solved?: May 2-3, 2001, Washington D.C.: Conference Proceedings (Trends in Fisheries Science and Management)
  4. Acid Rain by Rain S. Chetdav, 2002-01
  5. Acid Rain: The Silent Crisis by Phil Weller, 1980-07
  6. Acid Rain: A Student's First Sourcebook by Jack L. Durham, 1994-12
  7. Acid Rain and Friendly Neighbours: The Policy Dispute Between Canada and the United States (Duke Press policy studies)
  8. Effects of Acid Rain on Forest Processes
  9. Experimental Reversal of Acid Rain Effects: The Grdsjn Roof Project
  10. Acid Rain by Robert H. Boyle, 1983-04
  11. Rains-Asia: An Assessment Model for Acid Deposition in Asia (Directions in Development) by Robert J. Downing, Ramesh Ramankutty, et all 1997-05
  12. The Acid rain debate: Scientific, economic and political dimensions (Westview special studies in science, technology, and public policy)
  13. Acid Rain by Larry W. Canter, 1986-04-01
  14. Acid Rain: A Bibliography of Canadian Federal and Provincial Government Documents by Albert H. Joy, 1990-12-30

61. Acid Rain - NYS Dept. Of Environmental Conservation
The New York State's Atmospheric Deposition Monitoring Network measures acid deposition, its precursors and related factors to establish the effectiveness of current sulfur
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Acid rain is a by-product of our industrialized society. Air pollution combines with water in the atmosphere and falls to the earth as acidic rain or snow. Discussions and reports about acid rain often use the terms acid deposition or atmospheric deposition to describe this return of airborne pollutants to earth. Pollutants can be deposited from the atmosphere in rain or snow ( wet deposition ) or without precipitation ( dry deposition While many areas of New York State are not sensitive to acidity because of limestone deposits or soils which neutralize the acid, the Adirondacks, Catskills, Hudson Highlands, Rensselaer Plateau and parts of Long Island are particularly sensitive to acid deposition. The soil and bedrock in these areas are not able to counteract the acid in the rain and snow.
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62. Acid Rain Science Fair Projects And Experiments
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  • Ozone ... Elementary School - Grades R =Reference/Experiment S =Sample Project Which Is More Acidic, Snow or Rain? R Test the effects of acidic water conditions on an aquatic environment containing algae, worms, snails, and plants. R Effect of Acid Rain on the Biomass of Radishes S Why does acid rain destroy buildings and pavements? S Determine the effect of acid rain on plant growth. S The Effect of Acid Rain on Wheat Grass S What is the Effect of Vitamin A on Radish Plants Exposed to Acid Rain? S What are the Effects of Acid Rain on Germination? S The Effect of Acid Rain on Pothos Plants S The Effect of Acid Rain on Spider plants S Determine the effect of acid rain exposure time and pH levels on animals (daphnia).
  • 63. Acid Rain, Bureau Of Air Quality, Department Of Environmental Protection
    Acid Rain Acid Rain is a term that refers to processes more precisely characterized as acid deposition. Acid deposition may occur as a result of precipitation such as rain, snow

    64. Http:// A Webquest For Students To Study Acid Rain
    A Research Study of Acid Rain for students and teachers with links to sites about pollution, the environment and acid rain with History, Chemistry, Politics, Health
    Welcome to this research study on acid rain. You may choose to be a specialist in one of the areas listed below. You may research information in your field, compile data, analyze the data, and then meet with others in your group for their input. You will then write a report on this topic. You may write about information you discovered, and creative ideas about any aspect of this topic.

    Click on the subject of your choice:
    You have chosen to be a chemist. Your job will be be to find out the chemical make-up and properties of acid rain. Some questions you may want to answer are:
    • What is an acid?
    • What chemicals make rain into "acid rain", and how?
    • Where do the chemicals come from?
    • What do the chemicals do to the environment?

    click here for resources
    click here for Acid Rain ABCs click here for some great general information click here for information about pH ... Back to the top ECONOMICS You have chosen to be an economist. Your job will be to find out effects of acid rain on the world economy. Some questions you may want to answer are:
    • What is the world trend in the problem of acid rain?

    65. Acid Rain: Make Acid Rain
    Introduction Invitation Exploration Explanation Taking Action Conclusion. Introduction Normal unpolluted rain water has a pH of 5.6 to 5.7 due to
    Acid Rain
    lesson 1: Make Acid Rain lesson 4: Acid Rain Producers Conferencing lesson 2: Weather Patterns ... Chat Activity 1 Can I make acid rain?
    Invitation Exploration Explanation ... Conclusion Introduction: Normal unpolluted rain water has a pH of 5.6 to 5.7 due to natural emissions (volcano, forest fires caused by lightning, and decaying organic matter) and the carbon dioxide (CO ) normally present in the air. The acid in acid precipitation is due to sulfuric acid and nitric acid formed when sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides react with water vapor in the atmosphere. These oxides are common gaseous by-products of man. Objective: You will demonstrate how gases that are dissolved in water will turn the water into an acid. Materials:
    • medicine dropper distilled water glass jar with with lid bromothymol blue solution graduated cylinder test tube or other small container matches with high sulfur content
    Top Invitation: Answer the following quiz question, and view the results of other students.

    66. Acid Rain recommends five acid rain websites. Tales of rain drops that remove the color from automobiles sound like science fiction, but unfortunately are not. The good

    67. Newton's Apple : Teacher Guide
    What causes acid rain? Have you seen examples of acid rain damage in your area? What other parts of the world have been affected by it? Are any other governments dealing with the

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