Answer to Question #114006 in Regional geography for Isaacmkisi
List 5 environmental implications of acid rain adversely affecting vegetation.
- Threes are dying because of acid rains.
- Aluminum leaching from the soil, which is dangerous to plants.
- Removing minerals from the soil, which is critical for trees and plants growth.
- Acid rains remove nutrients from tree foliage causing it to become sensitive to temperature changes and vulnerable to insects.
- Acid rains may destroy fruits, berries, and vegetables.