Volcanic eruptions can cause acid rain. However, it’s not very common for these eruptions to result in acid rain anywhere but near the sight.
Yes, volcanic eruptions have an effect on the likelihood of acid rain. Fires, volcanic eruptions, bacterial decomposition, and lightening also greatly increase the amount of nitrogen oxide on the planet. This in turn increases the likelihood of acid rain.
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