USGS Acid Rain Data and Reports
http://bqs.usgs.gov/acidrain/

Mark Nilles, United States Geologic Survey


This program provides scientific research and assessment to evaluate the effects of atmospheric deposition on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. A clickable map depicts locations of acid rain monitoring stations by state. This site also contains reports presenting data on acid rain trends and monitoring efforts as well as research performed on acid rain accumulation values. Information is also available regarding the effects of acid precipitation on stream ecology and precipitation pH monitoring.

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Subject: Geoscience:Hydrology:Surface Water:Water Quality/Chemistry , Geoscience:Geology:Geochemistry:Acid/Base Reactions, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science:Meteorology:Air quality, Geoscience:Hydrology, Environmental Science:Water Quality and Quantity, Ecosystems:Ecology, Environmental Science:Air Quality:Acid Rain, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science:Meteorology:Air quality:Acid Rain, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science
Resource Type: Datasets and Tools:Datasets, Audio/Visual:Images/Illustrations, Maps
Special Interest: Visualization
Grade Level: College Upper (15-16), Graduate/Professional, High School (9-12), College Lower (13-14)
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Geochemistry, Hydrology/Hydrogeology, Atmospheric Science, Teach the Earth:Teaching Topics:Weather, Water, Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Environmental Science
Data Derived: Data Derived
Data Source: Observational Data, Real-Time Data
Geochemistry Applications: Environmental Geochemistry, Atmospheric Geochemistry
Science Background Required: Basic scientific background required
Topics: Hydrosphere/Cryosphere, Surface Water:Water Quality/Chemistry, Human Dimensions/Resources, Solid Earth:Geochemistry:Acid/Base Reactions, Atmosphere