Lessons for Acid Rain

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  • Not So Neutral Views - … acid rain. Include information on the causes of acid rain, when we first became aware of the problem, what problems have been caused by acid rain … by acid rain, what measures have been taken to combat acid rain. Has the situation improved? Make a class mural to show the acid rain cycle. References (Return to Contents) Acid Rain Lesson Plan …
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  • Acid Rain - … acidic than "normal". Below is a graph that illustrates the acid rain cycle. Source: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Acid Rain and the Environment When acid rain … of Terms pH and Water Quality What is Acid Rain? Acid Rain Impacts on the Environment Acid Rain Impacts on Surface Waters Lesson Outcomes Through this … handout. Lajewski Study of Finger Lakes and Acid Rain Acid Rain in the Finger Lakes (student version) Acid Rain in the Adirondacks D. Charts A & B …
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  • Effects of Acid Rain - … the prediction. In class instructional time: 40-60 minutes Terminology: * Acid Rain: Acid rain is defined as any form of wet precipitation that has … causes of acid rain? (L) What have you learned (K) What students know about (W) What students want to acid rain? know about acid rain? after … assistance INTRODUCTORY LESSON CONCEPTS -Acid Rain -Affects of Acid Rain on Environment -Affects of Acid Rain on Ecosystems EXPERIMENTAL LESSON CONCEPTS: -How Acidity levels Affect Hatching of …
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  • Acid Attack - … and why acid rain occurs and how acid rain can chemically erode many limestone statues and monuments. Explain that engineers work to stop acid rain by … acid rain? (Answer: Acid rain happens when air pollution - from fossil fuel-burning plants or cars - chemicals react to form acids in the air. The acids … water molecules and fall as rain or snow.) What effects does acid rain have on statues and monuments? (Answer: Acid rain can dissolve away statues …
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  • Acid Rain and geology - … . Will they survive long under the threat of acid rain? References LaBastille, A., 1981, Acid rain. How great a menace?: National Geographic, v. 160 … challenge of acid rain: Scientific American, v. 259 (2), p. 30-38. ACID RAIN AND GEOLOGY (handout) Background 1. The pH scale. Acidity of a … . Note that unpolluted rain water is typically slightly acidic due to equilibration with atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). 2. Acid rain. Acid rain is a complex problem …
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  • Acid Rain Effects - … acid rain. Use an indicator to differentiate between acidic, basic and neutral solutions. Use their observations to describe the cause-effect relationship of acid rain … be deposited in a dry form through dust. Acid rain is more acidic than normal rain and forms through a complex process of chemical … survive. Insects, birds and mammals are also highly affected by acid rain. Acid rain can alter soil chemistry, nutrient availability and plant growth. In …
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  • Acid Rain and Plants - … not have this acid rain coping ability and, in any case, no area can handle very large amounts of acid rain. Acid rain can affect plants … provide some additional information on acid rain. Suggested Reading Acid Rain Kids Handbook. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society (1988). Acid Rain: The Invisible Threat (VHS videotape … Conservation: Acid Rain (VHS videotape). EBE (1990). Stubbs, Harriet, Mary Lou Klinkhammer, and Marsha Knittig. Acid Rain Reader. Raleigh, NC: Acid Rain Foundation (1989). Acid Raid and …
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  • Acid Rain - … of the acid rain pollutants. Resource Websites EPA On Acid Rain: http://www.epa.gov/acidrain/effects/health.html Environmental Literacy Council on Acid Rain: http … Wikipedia on Acid Rain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid_rain USGS on Acid Rain: http://bqs.usgs.gov/acidrain/index.html Report on Acid Rain: http … they know about acid rain. Identify any misconceptions in their understanding of acid rain. Do they know how it forms? Does acid rain affect human health …
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  • Acid Rain - … ) Acid Rain Subject: Science Grade level: 6-8, 9-12 Lab Purpose: To observe how four different acids can cause acid rain: * Carbonic acid, H2CO3 * Nitrous acid, HNO2 * Nitric acid, HNO3 * Sulfurous acid, H2SO3 Lab Background: Carbonic acid occurs when carbon dioxide gas dissolves in rain … reduce acid rain? * What impact does acid rain have on our landscape? * Can you think of any animals that might be particularly sensitive to acid rain
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  • Is That Legal? A Case of Acid Rain - … , Acid Rain in the Adirondacks (see: http://classes.colgate.edu/aleventer/geol101/acidadir/acid.htm), serves as background on the topic of acid rain. Although … of the Problem Historical background and definition of the term acid rain How acid rain works Main causes: Sulfur dioxide and nitrogen-oxide emissions … . The study of the effects of acid rain on Adirondack Park serves to explain the problem of acid rain pollution in general. In selecting …
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