Researchers on Aug. 19 unveiled the results of a computer simulation showing that acid-rain-causing pollutants produced in not only northeastern China but also in southern China can affect Japan.

The simulations, conducted at the National Institute for Environmental Studies, are the first to focus on acid rain in East Asia, the researchers said.

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