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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the effect of acid rain on the nation’s lakes, forests, and crops is getting worse. Acid rain is making waters more acidic, in turn affecting fish populations.
Air pollution causes acid rain which in turn affects fish, wildlife, crops, and forests. Taylor discusses its origin and its effect on North Carolina and other states.