Answer to Question #113972 in Regional geography for Isaacmkisi
List 5 environmental implications of acid rain adversely affecting vegetation.
- Weaken tree foliage,
- Leach aluminium from the soil (this kills trees and plants),
- Reduce fruit and vegetable yield,
- Decrease the concentration of minerals in the soil (this kills trees and plants),
- Cause plants to accumulate pollutants.