Where Is Acid Rain Most Common?

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Widespread acid rain has caused an increase in the acidity of lakes, streams, and wetlands, especially in the northeastern United States, Scandinavia, Germany, and Canada, causing damage to many local (especially Aquatic) ecosystems.
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