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Trees can be polluted by acid rain and dry deposit. Acid rain is when pollutants emitted by human industry is carried by rain. Dry deposit is similar to acid rain, accept the pollutants are carried by (dry) air currents instead of rain. Dry deposit tends to settle on the tree, and is then washed into the soil when it rains. Acid rain and dry deposit can damage a tree’s leaves and unnaturally acidify the soil, leading to soil degradation and making it hostile to plant life.
Trees can be polluted through air pollution. Air pollution leads to damaged roots, leaf discoloration, damage to soil and decreases the tree’s ability to use sunlight. More information can be found at the website provided.
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