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Nigeria: Environmentalist Predicts Acid Rain for Lagos 6.3.2015 ypipes
[Guardian] THE Chairman, Nigerian Environmental Society, Lagos Island Chapter (NESLIC), Mr John Ekoko, on Thursday said that early rain experienced in Lagos and coastal areas could lead to acid rain later.
After so long, is the acid rain issue an environmental success story? Well, sort of... 4.2.2015 ypipes
Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 10:52 - Back in the '70s, '80s and '90s, when the world was mobilizing to heal the damaged ozone layer, and the dire warnings about global climate change were really just starting, acid rain was making ominous headlines in the news.
Toxic legacy of acid rain lingers in Canadian lakes 20.11.2014 ypipes
Calcium loss turning lakes to ‘jelly’ Staff Report FRISCO — The toxic legacy of acid rain lives on in lakes in Canada, and possibly other places around the world, according scientists who say they’ve traced a trend of reduced calcium levels leading to a “jellification” of some lakes. Specifically, the changes in water chemistry have […]
Some of Canada's Lakes Are Turning Into Jelly Thanks to Acid Rain 19.11.2014 ypipes
It's a real bummer to hear that 150 years of industrialization wrecked the Earth so bad that it'll take thousands to recover. It's a much bigger bummer to see the situation in real life. That's exactly what's happening in a large number of Canada's lakes, which are turning into jelly thanks to acid rain. Read more...
'Jellified' lakes coming to Canada courtesy of acid rain 19.11.2014 ypipes
Lakes in the Canadian Shield are slowly becoming “jellified,” a legacy of acid rain that changed the water chemistry and has made life easier for a tiny crustacean with a big jelly blob on its back. In the granite hills of Algonquin Park and the Gatineaus, lakes are low in calcium to start with. The acid rain years […]
Acid Rain from Eruption Found around Iceland 14.11.2014 ypipes
The pollution could be seen in a cloud over Faxaflói Bay yesterday.Photo: Geir Ólafsson.
Acid rain conference to be held near Adirondacks 19.10.2014 ypipes
SARATOGA SPRINGS (AP) — A conference will be held this week to assess acid rain and the Adirondacks.
Acid Rain Experts Plan Next Steps to Reduce Air Pollution, Aid the Recovery of Adirondack Park 18.10.2014 Main Feed - Environmental Defense
Acid Rain Experts Plan Next Steps to Reduce Air Pollution, Aid the Recovery of Adirondack Park
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Is Climate Change To Thank For Dramatic Recovery Of Acid Rain's 'Canary In The Coal Mine'? 16.10.2014 ypipes
Paul Schaberg marshals a small team of scientists, surveying a stand of red spruce in Colebrook for frost damage from last winter. “So what are you...
Acid rain conference to be held near Adirondacks 14.10.2014 ypipes
'Acid rain conference to be held this week near Adirondacks to assess progress'
Acid rain conference to be held near Adirondacks 14.10.2014 ypipes
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) - A conference will be held this week to assess acid rain and the Adirondacks. Environmentalists say that tighter smokestack regulations have helped many Adirondack lakes recover from the effects of acid rain.
Eastern Star’s Acid Rain? 18.9.2014 ypipes
On Monday 1 September the Pattaya Golf Society made its second visit to Eastern Star in the space of two weeks - having been here on Monday 18 August. The difference in course presentation was marked.
Adventurers battle acid rain and intense heat inside ACTIVE volcano 8.9.2014 ypipes
Ever wondered what an active volcano actually looks like up close? Two explorers recently opted to find out, repelling down the 1,200 foot crater of Marum Volcano to film its violent lava eruptions.
An act, acid rain and corporate governance 1.9.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
Trust Altamas Kabir, the former Chief Justice of India, to draw a logical correlation between acid rain and corporate governance.
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Acid rain damage continues impacting Southwest Virginia 1.7.2014 ypipes
Shenandoah Valley streams have seen a slower recovery from the damage of acid rain than those in the northeastern parts of the country. The explanation goes back 15,000 years.
Acid rain damage continues impacting area streams 30.6.2014 ypipes
Shenandoah Valley streams have seen a slower recovery from the damage of acid rain than those in the northeastern parts of the country. The explanation goes back 15,000 years.
NHAES research: New England lakes recovering rapidly from acid rain 22.6.2014 ypipes
( University of New Hampshire ) For more than 40 years, policy makers have been working to reduce acid rain, a serious environmental problem that can devastate lakes, streams, and forests and the plants and animals that live in these ecosystems. Now new research funded by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire College of Life Sciences and Agriculture indicates ...
Environment: Northeast lakes rebound from acid rain 20.6.2014 ypipes
It’s simple: Cleaning the air improves water quality Staff Report FRISCO — Acid rain, once the scourge of freshwater ecosystems in the eastern U.S., is waning, and the health of New England lakes and streams is improving, scientists said this week after documenting declines in sulfate concentrations in snow and rain. The data gathered by […]
Ask the Meteorologist: Acid Rain 19.6.2014 ypipes
  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What does the term ‘acid rain’ mean?” 4th/5th Grade, Vineyard Christian School Acid rain is rain that is unusually acidic. In other words, it has high levels of hydrogen ions. Other forms of precipitation, in addition to rain, can be acidic. Freezing rain and snow being two examples. Acid precipitation can … Continue reading »
If We Solved the Acid Rain Crisis, We Can Tackle Climate Change 14.6.2014 ypipes
It’s not a term you hear much these days, but acid rain was one of the great environmental perils of the late 1980s. Back then, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide were raining down across the countryside, particularly in New York, New England, and the Canadian Maritime provinces. Acid rain was also destroying timber, peeling paint, corroding bridges, and turning stone statues to mush. So why don ...
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