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September 29, 1986

The California Air Resources Board approved $2.4 million for acid rain research, including the installation of a network to monitor dry acid fallout. Dry acid fallout is suspected of being California's greatest source of atmospheric acidity. The monitoring network, involving 10 sites at a cost of $1.4 million, will be the first permanent one of its type in the state. The ARB has operated 35 acid rainfall monitoring sites since 1983.

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