Acid rain is rain or any other form of precipitation which is
unusually acidic. It has harmful effects on plants, aquatic animals
and buildings. Acid rain is mostly caused by human emissions of
sulphur and nitrogen compounds which react in the atmosphere to
produce acids. This book examines research results from around the
Preface Environmental and Economical Cost of the Acid Emissions Involving Thermal Power Plants Burning Different Fuels, Based on Available Data Wet Removal of Atmospheric Particles by Rain Long - Term Monitoring of Wet and Dry Depositions in a Po Valley City (Bologna, Italy) Bioremediation of Soil and Water Acidified by Acid Rain with Fungi Cells Acid Rain Harms World Heritage Buildings and Human Health in Vietnam Sorption of Sulfates, Retention of Cations and Acid Rain Buffering Capacities of Forest Soils in Central Taiwan Acid Rain - Special Bibliography of the Book Literature Index.