What are different things in our ecosystems that acid rain can damage?

1 Answer
Nov 16, 2016

Acid rain damages everything.


Acid rain can damage anything from crops to buildings. It's also harmful for humans. To get an idea of what I mean, go online to a science supply store, buy some hydrochloric acid, and pour it on yourself. Then you'll know what I mean. Totally kidding. :) Do NOT do that. Acid rain is simply pollution in the air bonding with water vapor to form a diluted acid. When it rains, it'll react with stone monuments, causing them to wear away with time. Or it can do the same thing to crops, only much quicker. And it can do the same thing to humans. Acid rain is worse in cities, so if you live in Atlanta or New York City or Los Angeles, you would NOT want to get wet.