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Esther HINTERSBERGER Dr. Dipl.-Geophys.

esther.hintersberger@univie.ac.at

Room Number: 2A344
Tel.: +43-1-4277-53442
Fax: +43-1-4277-9534


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

- Paleo-seismological investigation of active faults within the Vienna Basin.
- Integration of paleo-seismological results into seismic hazard analysis
   in Austria.
- Young extensional deformation in the NW Indian Himalaya.


Selected abstracts:

Hintersberger, E., Thiede, R., Strecker, M., Hacker, B.(2009): E-W
extension in the NW Indian Himalaya - Triggered by Tibetan Plateau
Deformation? Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meeting Suppl. Poster

Hintersberger, E., Decker, K., Thiede, R., Strecker, M. (2009):
Brittle-fault deformation history in the NW Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh,
India), Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 11, EGU2009-12017, 2009 EGU
General Assembly, Vienna. Poster

Hintersberger, E., Thiede., R., Strecker., M., Krüger, F. (2008):
Present-day E-W extension in the NW Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh, India)
Himalayan/ /Journal/ //of Sciences// /Vol.5(7) (Special Issue) p.67-68

Hintersberger, E., Strecker, M., Thiede, R. (2007): Incipient graben
formation in the NW Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh, India). /Eos Trans. AGU,
88/(52), Fall Meeting Suppl. Poster

Hintersberger, E., Thiede, R., Strecker, M. (2006): Normal faults within
the Higher Himalaya – local phenomena or regional trends?. GV Meeting,
Potsdam (Germany). Poster

Selected publications:

Hintersberger, E., Thiede, R., Strecker, M., Hacker, B. (2010): E-W
extension in the Northwestern Indian Himalaya, GSA Bulletin, in press

Hintersberger, E., Scherbaum, F., Hainzl, S. (2007): Update of
likelihood-based ground-motion model selection for seismic hazard
analysis in western central Europe. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering
(5): pp. 1-16

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