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Location DB > Canada > Quebec > Contrecoeur > Terminal Maritime Contrecoeur > SPEK's not " Contre-Coeur" visit. > DSCN2545.JPG

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No wonder why the water is green: full of phosphate!
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Posted by maxt 11/7/2005 6:02 PM | remove
  Yup....here in Florida, every pond and waterway associated with a phosphate mine are a ludicrously green-blue color.
Posted by TaP 11/12/2005 10:50 PM | remove
  algae and aquatic plants must grow like crazy here
Posted by pilsathe65 7/31/2006 12:08 AM | remove
  Here in Riverview Florida, if I live on a certain stretch of the Alafia River, you can swish a stick in the river, and the water will glow green. 'Cause it's downstream from a phosphate mine.
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