Virginia Institute of Marine Science
The following report contains detailed results of analyses of sediment grabs and cores from the James and Appomattox rivers and some nearby locations for a spectrum of organic toxics. Some data has been previously reported in interim progress reports, but will be included for completeness. A study of variability of replicate samples taken at a single station (JR4). not included in the proposal, presents possible limitations of interpretation of temporal and station to station results. Finally, a comprehensive summary of toxic organics in the sediments of the James River and certain tributarjes over a two-year period will be presented.
River sediments -- Toxicology -- Virginia
Smtih, C. L., deFur, P. O., & Huggett, R. J. (1985) Richmond Crater James River Water Quality Management Program, final report 1984-85 and summary, toxic organics in sediments : a final report to Richmond Regional Planning District. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary. https://scholarworks.wm.edu/reports/2616