Washing away of acid rain offers lesson

Boston Globe: James H. Kellogg hoists a canoe on his shoulders and hikes up a rough trail to Haystack Pond, cradled beneath a mountain peak. The Vermont biologist, snug in a life jacket labeled "acid lakes,`` is on a mission to learn whether the harm humans do to the earth can be healed. Twenty years after Congress ordered huge cuts in pollution from Midwestern power plants that had long rained acidic particles on the lakes, streams, and forests of New England -- one of the most controversial ......

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