Sulfate is the primary part of acidic deposition in the eastern U. S. with the highest degrees of exhausts originating from the heavily industrialized Ohio River Valley. Despite recent emission reductions throughout the eastern U. S. , sulfate deposition still goes beyond the resistance level for healthy ecosystems in the Appalachian states. Nitrogen deposition is more of an element of acid rain in the western and mid United States. These excess inputs of nitrogen can disrupt the all-natural vegetation and animals by permitting specific types that would not normally occur in wealth to out-compete those that thrive in immaculate nitrogen-limited systems.
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