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Science: Environment: Air_Quality: Acid_Deposition



Acid Rain
Facts, news, children's resources, and links from Environment Canada.

Acid Rain News
Features links to news articles and related sites. Includes history, scientific background information and FAQ.

The Acid Rain Report
Student-created site discusses the causes, effects, geographic distribution, and possible solutions for acid rain.

Acid Rain--A Contemporary World Problem
This website explores the causes and solutions to the acid rain problem.

Margot's Acid Rain SEA Project
Student's fun and informative site about acid rain, in North Carolina and in general.

National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP)
US federal-state-NGO cooperative effort operating a national precipitation monitoring network to observe geographic and temporal trends in acidity, mercury, and other attributes. Includes data, maps, and meeting announcements.

PPRP Atmospheric Deposition Measurement and Analysis
Information about and from regional acid deposition monitoring programs in the Chesapeake Bay watershed (USA).

UK Acid Waters Monitoring Network
Monitors the ecological impact of acid deposition in areas of the United Kingdom believed to be sensitive to acidification.

UK DTI Energy and the Environment Programme
The programme aims to assess the impacts of proposed energy related environmental policies and regulation on UK industry, and their cost implications for the final consumer.

US EPA - Acid Rain
Information about causes and effects, how acid rain is measured, and what is being done to solve the problem. Includes activities for students.

U.S. Geological Survey Data and Reports on Acid Rain, Atmospheric Deposition and Precipitation Chemistry
Information resources on acidic deposition in the United States.

What is Acid Rain and What Causes It?
A discussion of the causes and effects of acid rain, and possible policy solutions.



The Monitoring Acid Rain Youth Program (MARYP)
Summary report of an educational program where young people monitored acid rain levels in a network of forest stations. Page includes list of participants. (1996)

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