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Acid rain and geothermal development

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dc.identifier.citation Acid rain and geothermal development.
dc.description Publication date unknown
dc.description.abstract Acid rain usually originates with emissions of S02 (sulfur dioxide) which can oxidize into S03 and eventually into H2S04 (sulfuric acid) which can fall as acid rain. Three potential sources of acid rain will be discussed: 1) natural volcanic emissions, 2) geothermal emissions, and 3) emissions from oil-fired power plants.
dc.format.extent 1 page
dc.language.iso en-US
dc.publisher [s.n.]
dc.subject impact
dc.subject environmental
dc.subject meteorology
dc.subject Puna
dc.subject Hawaii
dc.title Acid rain and geothermal development
dc.type Report
dc.type.dcmi Text
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