Acid Rain

Acid Rain

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  • Factories produce SO2 and CO2 when they burn fossil fuels, such as Oil and Natural Gas.
  • Sulphur Dioxide & Carbon Dioxide
  • The SO2 and CO2 get absorbed into the clouds in the atmosphere, making the rain acidic.
  • Sulphur Dioxide & Carbon Dioxide
  • When the acid rain falls onto limestone and other materials it wears it away, causing buildings to crumble.
  • Acid Rain
  • Acid Rain
  • Some of the acid rain seeps into rivers and lakes, causing them to become more acidic.
  • The acidity of the lake means lots of the aquatic life cannot survive.
  • We need to monitor SO2 levels to ensure that acid rain is not been created too often, as if it is we won't have our buildings lasting very long.
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