Acid rain effects the water cycle by bringing the acidic properties that are water soluble (mainly sulfur oxide) to the ground. The water cycle itself is not harmed by acid rain, as only the rain part is acidic. The acid is absorbed into the ground and becomes part of the ocean or soil. If the ocean becomes too acidic however, the cycle can become very acidic; as ocean evaporation would potentially contain acidic properties that would rain down again.
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