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INTRODUCTION Acid rain is a great problem in our world It causes fish and plants to die in our waters As well it causes harm to our own race as well because we eat these fish drink this water and eat these plants It is a problem that we must all face together and try to get rid of However acid rain on its own is not the biggest problem It cause many other problems such as aluminum poisoning Acid Rain is deadly WHAT IS ACID RAIN Acid rain is all the rain snow mist etc that falls from the sky onto our planet that contains an unnatural acidic It is not to be confused with uncontaminated rain that falls for that rain is naturally slightly acidic It is caused by todays industry When products are manufactured many chemicals are used to create it However because of the difficulty and cost of properly disposing of these products they are often emitted into the atmosphere with little or no treatment The term was first considered to be important about 20 years ago when scientists in Sweden and Norway first believed that acidic rain may be causing great ecological damage to the planet The problem was that by the time that the scientist found the problem it was already very large Detecting an acid lake is often quite difficult A lake does not become acid over night It happens over a period of many years some times decades The changes are usually to gradual for them to be noticed early At the beginning of the 20th century most riverslakes like the river Tovdal in Norway had not yet begun to die However by 1926 local inspectors were noticing that many of the lakes were beginning to show signs of death Fish were found dead along the banks of many rivers As the winters ice began to melt off more and more hundreds upon hundreds
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