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This National Park Service (NPS) web-site contains lessons about acid rain. These lessons are designed to teach students about what acid rain is, what it does, why we should be concerned about it and how it is measured. The activities contain procedures, materials, time needed and follow-up questions for students to answer. The topics covered include gases contributing to acid rain, acids and bases, the pH scale, monitoring acid rain in the US and weather maps. There are maps, data, figures and worksheets to complement the lessons. Each lesson can be viewed individually or the entire plan can be downloaded as a whole.
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