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New tests of James River water have found extremely high levels of phosphorus near the Huguenot Bridge in Richmond and at Maidens in Goochland County. Phosphorus levels in both spots were more than 30 times higher than a healthy river should contain, according to the state Department of Environmental Quality. Exploring the James River. More tests, more phosphorus How bad is the river foam? Mystery on the James Foam in James appears to be growing, official says River lovers are taking the foam mystery in stride James River foam puzzles officials Phosphorus causing foam on river? Mystery brews along the James River The Richmond level was nearly twice the concentration found in mid-June -- a level deemed extraordinarily high then. "This clearly indicates there is something out of whack in the river, and that's what we'd like to figure out," said DEQ spokesman Bill Hayden.
Originally posted by DigitalGrl
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