Acid Deposition (Acid Rain)

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Below a pH of about 4.5, all fish die. As undecomposed organic leaf-litter increases, owing to the loss of bottom-dwelling bacteria, toxic metals such as aluminum, mercury and lead within the litter are released. Other metal flows into the water from the soils in the surrounding watershed...
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Other metal flows into the water from the soils in the surrounding watershed. These toxic metals are bad for human health; high lead levels may harm people who drink such water and people who ingest mercury in tainted fish suffer serious health problems...
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