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Acid Rain In China
Transcript of Acid Rain In China
The Cause for Acid Rain in China
How Acid Rain Has Affected China
Any form of precipitation with high levels of nitric and sulfuric acids is a description of acid rain. Acid rain is dangerous precipitation that can have serious consequences for the ecosystem.
By. Emma Beaty, Makayla McBurnie, Joey McPoyle
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Acid Rain In China
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What We Can Do
We can stop the reproduction of acid rain in China by convincing the Chinese government to reduce the continued use of anything that increases sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions such as coal and fossil fuel combustion.
How Acid Rain Is Produced and Its Effect on the Environment
Acid rain in China is caused by an increase in the burning of coal and pollutants that come from the country's agriculture, industry, and transportation.
As the increase of both SO2 and acid rain are distributed, China has widely felt these impacts. Aquatic ecosystems are most vulnerable to acid rain, and become polluted water when in contact with it. Acid rain also damages forests and disrupts soil chemistry.
To decrease the precipitation of acid rain, the Chinese government must create and begin reduction policies for sulfur dioxide (SO2) on both national and local spatial scales. This will apply further research and monitoring to attain this objective.