Title: Acid Rain
|Date:||April 2, 2005|
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In the air, the sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides can be transformed into sulphuric acid and nitric acid, and air currents can send them thousands of kilometers from the source. When the acids fall on to the earth in any way or form it will have a large impact on the growth or the preservation of certain wildlife...
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However, large areas of Ontario that are near the
Pre-Cambrian Shield, with quartzite or granite based geology and little top soil, there is not enough buffering capacity to neutralize even small amounts of acid falling on the soil and the lakes. Therefore over time, the basic environment shifts from an alkaline to an acidic one...
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