Marco van Hulten has a doctoral degree in ocean biogeochemistry and modelling and currently holds an appointment at the Scientific Computing department at the University of Bergen. His computer science interests range from free hardware platforms (POWER9, RISC) to software reproducibility and security. When doing natural science, his focus is the ocean, especially the trace element cycles and sediment–seawater interface. Van Hulten also has an interest in the crosssections between science, technology, philosophy and politics.
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- (2021). Global Ocean Sediment Composition and Burial Flux in the Deep Sea. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 25 pages.
- (2021). Evaluation of ocean dimethylsulfide concentration and emission in CMIP6 models. Biogeosciences. 3823-3860.
- (2018). A global scavenging and circulation ocean model of thorium-230 and protactinium-231 with improved particle dynamics (NEMO–ProThorP 0.1). Geoscientific Model Development. 3537-3556.
- (2017). Comparison Plotter to visually evaluate ocean model simulations (ComPlot). Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS).