Mark Zucker is a Physical Scientist for the U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Lauderale, Florida. His interests include continuous water quality monitoring, monitoring coastal discharges using hydroacoustics, and Everglades restoration.
Rumbold, D. G.; Evans, D. W.; Niemczyk, S.; Fink, L. E.; Laine, K. A.; Howard, N.; Krabbenhoft, D. P.; Zucker, M. , 2011. Source Identification of Florida Bay's Methylmercury Problem: Mainland Runoff Versus Atmospheric Deposition and In situ Production. [Link]
Sediment Transport on Cape Sable, Everglades National Park, Florida. (This paper is from the Proceedings of the Joint Federal Interagency Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 27 - July 1, 2010) [Link]
Estuarine Response in Northeastern Florida Bay to Major Hurricanes in 2005 (excerpt from Circular 1306, available from the USGS website. [Link]
Hittle, Clinton; Patino, Eduardo; Zucker, Mark, 2004. Hydrologic characteristics of estuarine river systems within Everglades National Park. Fact Sheet 2004-3129, 4 p. [Link]
Hittle, Clinton D.; Zucker, Mark A., 2004. Northeastern Florida Bay estuarine creek data, water years 1996-2000. Data Series 105 [Link]
Hittle, Clinton; Patino, Eduardo; Zucker, Mark A., 2001. Freshwater flow from estuarine creeks into northeastern Florida Bay. Water-Resources Investigations Report 2001-4164, iv, 32 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 28 cm. [Link]