While there is still a drought to the west of us, in the west of Northland, sufficient rain fell on the 24th March, 2014 to allow for the pH of the rainwater here in Whangarei, Northland to be tested. The pH was found to be between 6.5-6.6.
As mentioned previously, according to Environmental Chemistry At A Glance, unpolluted rainwater should have a pH of about 5.7, which is what one would expect in this part of the world. The rain that fell on the afternoon of March the 15th, 2014 had a pH of 5.6-5.7.
Aerosol material, which evidence shows increases the rains’ pH, has been seen regularly in satellite imagery, in particular to the west of and over Northland, and from the ground. These photos were taken on March 23rd and 25th, 2014 from Woodhill, Whangarei. A pH of 6.5-6.6 is in a vicinity of that linked to contamination with aerosols. See: Scientific Observations by Francis Mangels
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