Jitendra Pandey

Professor of Environmetal Sciences
Ph.D. (BHU)
Contact Information:
44, Kawalyadham Colony, Durgakund, Varanasi-221005
Ph.No : +91-542-2313611(R); +91-542-6701097(O)

Email: jiten_pandey@rediffmail.com
Employee No  17524

 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Banaras Hindu University1984
2.M.Sc.Banaras Hindu University1987
3.Ph. D.Banaras Hindu University1992
 
 
 
 
 
Area of specialization:
 


Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security, Water Resources, Trans-Boundary Carbon Linkages and Climate Change, River Ecology.

Awards:

International Award / Prize

1. The INTER" Research Essay Grant Prize, Japan, (700 U.S. Dollars + Certificate) (1992).
2. Ibaraki Kasumigaura Prize -2009, Japan (2700 US Dollars + Certificate).


National Award / Prize
  1. Junior and Senior Research Fellowship by University Grant Commission (1988).
  2. First Prize in oral presentation at Banaras Hindu University (1992).
  3. World Green Award, INGP, New Delhi (1999).
  4. Twenty First Century Development Award (2004), Welfare Oriented Weltanschauung and World Institution Building Program, Udaipur.
  5. First Best Article Award, International Medical Science Academy, New Delhi (2005).
Achievements:

Position Held
Name of Post / Fellowship Name of Employer Period
From
To
1. Junior Research Fellow DOEn (BHU) 15.09.88 10.04.89
2. Junior Research Fellow U.G.C. (BHU) 11.04.89 10.04.91
3. Senior Research Fellow U.G.C. (BHU) 11.04.91 31.12.93
4.Research Associate  C.S.I.R. (BHU) 01.01.94 30.03.94
5. Junior Scientific Officer  Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany 31.03.94 09.02.97
6. Assistant Professor M. L. Sukhadia University   10.02.97 09.11.05
7.Reader Banaras Hindu University 10.11.05 09.11.08
8. Associate Professor Banaras Hindu University 10.11.08 9.11.11
8. Professor Banaras Hindu University 10.11.11 Present
Courses developed
P.G. Courses

  • Env. Sci. (BHU) : 07 Papers
  • Env.Sci.(MLSU):07 Papers
  • Env.Sci. (North Gujrat University) : 01 Paper
  • Botany (BHU) : 01 Paper
    U.G. Courses
  • Env.Sci.(MLSU):09 Papers
  • Ancillary Botany (BHU) : 01 Paper
    Administrative / Extra Curricular Activities
  • In -Charge, Department of Environmental Science, M. L. S. University, Udaipur (09/ 06 / 2003 -09/ 11 / 2005)
  • Member, Board of Studies (Env. Sciences) MLSU (1997 -2005)
  • Member, Board of Studies (Env. Sciences) North Gujrat University, Patan (2003)
  • Convener, Departmental library, (1998 -2005) MLSU, Udaipur
  • Convener, Departmental Purchase Committee (1998 -2001), MLSU
  • Officer -In -Charge, Departmental Store (1998 -2001), MLSU
  • Member, Committee of Courses in Environmental Science and Botany, BHU
  • Member, Time Table Committee, Department of Botany, BHU (2008-09)
  • Member, Various Department and Faculty Level Committees
  • Coordinator, 4th Refresher Course in Env. Sci., ASC, BHU (March 8th to 28th, 2006)
  • Coordinator, 6th Refresher Course in Env. Sci., ASC, BHU (Feb.9th to 29th, 2008)
  • Organizing Secretary, National Symposium on “Current Challenges in Plant Sciences: Gene to Ecosystem” held at BHU on 24th – 25th March, 2009.
  • Coordinator, 1st Refresher course in Env Science and Technology, ASC, BHU (October 27 to November 16, 2010)
  • Organizing Secretary, National Symposium on Current Status and New Horizons of Ecological Sciences and Environmental Biotechnology (ESEB-13), held at Department of Botany, BHU on 1-3 March, 2013
  • Member, Expert Committee on Curriculum Designing (M.Sc. Env. Sciences) Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi (27th-28th September, 2016)
  • Member, Inspection Committee of Bar Council of India for KIIT and Utkal University, Bhubaneswar (2nd and 3rd November, 2016)
  • Member, Expert Committee on Ph.D. program (Env. Sciences) Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi (30th January, 2017)
  • Convener, National symposium on Issues and Challenges in Ecological Sciences (23rd-25th February, 2017), Department of Botany, BHU, Varanasi
  • Convener, National symposium on Issues and Challenges in Ecological Sciences (ICES-2017) held at Department of Botany, BHU on 23-25 February, 2017
    Coordinator / Organizing Secretary
  • Coordinator, 4th Refresher Course in Env. Sci., ASC, BHU.
  • Coordinator, 6th Refresher Course in Env. Sci., ASC, BHU.
  • Organizing Secretary, National Symposium on "Current Challenges in Plant Sciences : Gene to Ecosystem" held at BHU on 24th -25th March, 2009.
  • Coordinator, 1st Refresher Course in Environmental Science and Technology, ASC, BHU (October 27 to November 16, 2010)
  • Organizing Secretary, National Symposium on “Current Status and New Horizons of Ecological Sciences and Environmental Biotechnology (ESEB-13)” held at BHU on 1-3 March, 2013.
  • Ph. D. supervised : 18 (As a supervisor)
    1. Air quality degradation around a phosphate fertilizer factory and its impact on plants (G. Nagda, 2002).
    2. Environmental impact analysis of anthropogenic activities on a fresh -water tropical lake (A. Verma, 2004).
    3. Environmental impact of drought and catchment heterogeneity on ecosystem level properties of fresh -water tropical lakes (M. S. Yaduvanshi, 2005).
    4. Air quality degradation and its impact on plant in a tropical urban environment (A. Chasta, 2005).
    5. Studies on the impact of enhanced UV -B radiation on the ecophysiology of wheat (Triticum aestivum) and Gram (Cicer arietinum) as modified by moisture and nitrogen status of the root environment (K. Chaplot, 2007).
    6. Studies on the impact of SO2 and NO2 on the ecophysiology of two woody perennials as modified by moisture and nitrogen status of the root environment (T. Joshi, 2007).
    7. Studies on the interactive effects of sulphur dioxide and salt of cadmium and zinc on seedlings of Mangifera indica (S. Tamboli, 2009) .
    8. Impacts of Atmospheric Deposition on Ganga River at Varanasi (K. Shubhashish, 2010)
    9. Environmental impacts of atmospheric deposition of pollutant aerosols on organic farming system (R. Pandey, 2011)
    10. Environmental impacts of atmospheric deposition of nutrients and trace elements on selected vegetable crops under organic farming (A. Singh, 2012)
    11. Environmental impact analysis of atmospheric Deposition and Landscape Composition on Ganga River at Varanasi (Anand Vikram Singh, 2014)
    12. Estimation of potential source strength of Indian landfills for emission of greenhouse gases (Monojit Chakrobarty, 2015)
    13. Studies on trees of terai region of Uttar Pradesh with special reference to their role as indicator of habitat heterogeneity and anthropogenic disturbances (Omesh Bajpai, 2015)
    14. Influence of atmospheric deposition and catchment heterogeneity on carbon capture and storage in River Ganga (Rachna Singh, 2016)
    15. Temporal and spatial variability in nutrients and trophic status in Ganga River: Role of trans-boundary drivers (Amita Yadav, 2017)
    16. Investigations on cross-boundary determinants of water quality and associated shifts in carbon dynamics in Ganga River: A climate change perspective (Pooja Kaushik, 2017)
    17. Catalytic control of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides from automobiles (Pratichi Singh, 2018)
    18. Ecological investigation on Ganga River (Shraddha Tripathi, 2018)
 
Projects Undertaken as PI/ Co PI:

  1. Pandey, J. Microbial biomass at land -water interface regulate ecosystem level properties of a freshwater dry tropical woodland lake. International Foundation for Science (Sweden) Sponsored Project (No. W/3355-1) (Completed 2006).
  2. Pandey, J. Monitoring and budgeting the atmospheric deposition of nutrients and trace elements in Ganga river and possible strategies for its restoration and management in Varanasi region. UGC Sponsored Project {No. F. No. 32 -383 / 2006 (SR)} (Completed 2009).
  3. Potential for the development of rural and eco-tourism in Rajasthan. (As CO-PI). UGC New Delhi, April 2003-March 2006.
  4. Methanotrophic community structure and their potential for methane oxidation in tropical dry deciduous forest soils (As Co-PI) DST, New Delhi.
Any additional information:
  • Membership / Fellowship of Professional Learned Bodies
  • Life Member, The Indian Science Congress Association
  • Elected member, New York Academy of Sciences
  • Fellow, International Society of Conservators and Explores of Natural Resources
  • Fellow, Indian Association of Aquatic Biologist
  • Fellow, National Academy of Environmental Sciences
 

List of 10 major Publications:

  1. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1992). Ozone: concentration variabilities in a seasonally dry tropical climate. Environment International 18: 515 - 520.
  2. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1994). Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment using three woody perennials. New Phytologist 126: 53 - 61.
  3. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2008) Enhanced production of biomass, pigments and antioxidant capacity of a nutritionally important cyanobacterium Nostochopsis lobatus. Bioresource Technology 99: 4520 - 4523.
  4. Pandey, U and Pandey, J. (2013) Impact of DOC trends resulting from changing climatic extremes and atmospheric deposition chemistry on periphyton community of a freshwater tropical lake of India. Biogeochemistry 112: 537-553.
  5. Pandey, J., Pandey U., and Singh, A. V., (2014) Impact of changing atmospheric deposition chemistry on carbon and nutrient loading to Ganga River: integrating land atmosphere water components to uncover cross domain carbon linkages. Biogeochemistry 119: 179- 198.
  6. Pandey U., Pandey J., Singh A.V. and Mishra A. (2017) Anthropogenic drivers shift diatom dominance-diversity relationships and transparent exopolymeric paticles (TEP) production in Ganga River: Implication for natural cleaning of river water. Current Science, 113: 959-964.
  7. Pandey, J. and Yadav, A. (2017) Alternative alert system for Ganga river eutrophication using alkaline phosphatase as a level determinant. Ecological Indicators 82: 327–343.
  8. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2018) Impact of heavy metal on activity of some microbial enzymes in the riverbed sediment: Ecotoxicological implications in the Ganga River (India). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 150: 104-115.
  9. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2019) Carbon dioxide emission coupled extracellular enzyme activity at landwater interface predict C eutrophication and heavy metal contamination in Ganga River, India. Ecological Indicators, 99: 349-364.
  10. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2019) Anthropogenically enhanced sediment oxygen demand creates mosaic of oxygen deficient zones in the Ganga River: Implications for river health. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 171: 709-720.

Full list of publications

  1. Pandey, J. and M. S. Sharma (2002). Environmental Science: Practical and field Manual. Yash Publishing House, Bikaner (Rajasthan)
  2. Choudhary, B. L. and J. Pandey (2004). Environmental Studies (In Hindi) Apex Publications, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  3. Choudhary, B. L. and J. Pandey (2005). Environmental Studies. Apex Publications, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  4. Chaudhary, B. L. and J. Pandey (2007). Fundamentals of Ecology and Environment Apex publishing House, Udaipur, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  5. Pandey, J., M. Agrawal and N. Khanam (1990). Ozone: Formation, trends and Consequences. Encology 5: 29 -34.
  6. Singh, S. K., D. N. Rao, M. Agrawal, J. Pandey and D. Narayan (1991). Air pollution tolerance index of plants. J. Env. Manag. 32: 45-55 (London).
  7. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1991). Phytomonitoring of air pollution in an urban environment. Emerging issues in Asia. Proc. 2nd IUAPP’ A Regional Conference of Air Pollution 1: 317-320 (South Korea).
  8. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1991). Effect of nitrogen dioxide on growth and yield of tomato. In: Environmental management in developing countries. A. K. Sinha, D., P. Pande, R. Kumar and R. Boojh (Eds.), Upper India Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., pp. 67- 74.
  9. Narayan, D., J. Pandey, J. Singh and N. Khanam (1991). Responces of Oryza sativa L. Cv. Mansuri plants to gaseous hydrogen fluoride pollutant. In: Environmental management in developing countries. A. K. Sinha, D. D. Pande, R. Kumar and R. Boojh (Eds.), Upper India publishing House Pvt. Ltd. , pp 139 - 146.
  10. Pandey, J., M. Agrawal, N. Khanam, D. Narayan and D. N. Rao (1992). Air pollution concentration in Varanasi, India. Atm. Env. 26B : 91-98 (Britain).
  11. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1992). Ozone: concentration variabilities in a seasonally dry tropical climate. Env. Int. 18: 515-520 (USA).
  12. Pandey, J. and U. Mishra (1992). Antarctic topography: A physical factor for ozone loss over Antartica. Encology 7: 31-32.
  13. Pandey, J. Agrawal, M. and Narayan, D. (1992). Plant response to Ozone. In : Tropical Ecosystem : Ecology and Management Eds : Singh, K. P. and Singh, J. S., Weiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi.
  14. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1993). Air pollution acclimation potential of Carissa carandas L. Biotronics 22: 25-33
  15. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1993). Protection of plants against air pollutants: role of chemical protectants. J. Env. Manag. 37: 163-174 (UK).
  16. Mishra, U., A. K. Kashyap and J. Pandey (1993). Effects of copper photopigments and photosystem II activity of cyanophage N – 1 resistant mutant. Env. Technol. 14: 373-378 (UK).
  17. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1994). Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment using three woody perennials. The New Phyol. 126: 53-61 (UK).
  18. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1993). Air pollution acclimation potential of Carissa carandas L. Biotronics 22: 25-33 (Japan).
  19. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1994). Diurnal and seasonal variations in air pollutant concentrations in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment. Curr. Sci. 66: 293-303.
  20. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (1993). Effect of cadmium on growth, photosynthesis and nitrogen fixation in Nostoc muscorum and cyanophage N – 1 resistant mutant. Phykos 33: 1-6.
  21. Narayan, D., M. Agrawal, J. Pandey and J. Singh (1993). Changes in the vegetation characteristics downwind of an aluminum factory. Annls. Bot., 73: 1-9 (UK).
  22. Pandey, J. and M. Agrawal (1993). Growth responses of tomato plants to low concentrations of sulfuric dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. Sci. Horticul. 58: 67-76 (The Netherlands).
  23. Pandey, J. and U. Pandey (1993). Antartic zone depletion: role of topographical factors. Encology 8: 19-21.
  24. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (1994). Effect of nitrogen sources on cadmium toxicity in cyanophage N – 1 resistant mutant of Nostoc muscorum. Phykos 33: 1-6.
  25. Pandey, J. and U. Pandey (1994). Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment. Env. Monitor. Assess. 33: 195-213 (USA).
  26. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (1995). Cyanobacteria in biofertilizer technology. Encology 9: 14- 17.
  27. Pandey, J., M. Agrawal and J. Singh (1995) Chemical protectants and air pollutant damage to crop plants. In: M. M. Srivastava (ed.) XI V 223 p. Vedams e Books (P) Ltd, New Delhi.
  28. Pandey, J. and U. Pandey (1996). Adaptational strategy of a tropical shrub Carissa carandas L. to urban air pollution. Env. Monitor. Assess. 43: 55 - 65 (USA).
  29. Pandey, J. (1997). Primeval atmosphere and the evolution of ozone layer: Biological consequences. Vasundhara 2: 40 - 43.
  30. Pandey, U., J. Pandey, and C. Chatterjee (1998). The response of two strains of Nostoc muscorum (cyanobacteria) to triphenyltin. Ind. J. Environ. Sci. 2: 1 - 5.
  31. Pandey, J., U. Pandey, H. R. Tyagi and N. Rai (1998). Distribution and dominance of cyanobacteria in six different habitats of Pali, Rajasthan. Ind. J. Environ. Sci. 2: 83-89.
  32. Pandey, J., U. Pandey, H. R. Tyagi and N. Rai (1998). Algal flora and physicochemical environment of Fateh Sagar Lake. Phykos 37: 29-39.
  33. Pandey, J., U. Pandey and H. R. Tyagi (1999). The relation of algal productivity to the nature of physicochemical environment of a freshwater tropical lake. Ecol. Env. & Cons. 5: 365- 368.
  34. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (1999). Response of two strains of Nostoc muscorum to graded concentrations of fluoride. Proc. Nat. Sem. Environ. & Health 99: 209-213.
  35. Pandey, J. (1999). Cadmium accumulation and its effects on tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill cultivar ‘Pusa Rubi’) growth and metabolism. Ind. J. Environ. Sci. 2: 209- 213.
  36. Pandey, J., U. Pandey and H. R. Tyagi (2000). Nutrient status and cyanobacterial diversity of a tropical Freshwater lake. J. Environ. Biol. 21: 133 - 138.
  37. Pandey, J. (2001). The influence of catchment on ecosystem properties of a tropical freshwater lake. Biotronics 30: 85 -92 (Japan).
  38. Pandey, J. and A. Verma (2002). The impact of long – term catchment discharge on nutrient loading of two dry tropical fresh water lakes. In: Proceedings of National Conference on Environmental Biology (17 - 18 October, 2002), pp. 6-7, Rajkot (India).
  39. Pandey, J. and U. Pandey (2002). Cyanobacterial flora and the physicochemical environment of six tropical fresh water lakes of Udaipur. J. Environ. Sci. 14 (1): 54-62. (The Netherland).
  40. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (2002). Antibacterial properties of cyanobacteria: a cost effective and ecofriendly approach to control bacterial leaf spot disease of chilli. Curr. Sci. 82: 262-264.
  41. Pandey, J., G. Nagda and Anuya Verma (2002). Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity around a phosphate fertilizer factory. XI National Symposium on Environment (Organized by BARC.), Udaipur. pp. 152-155.
  42. Pandey, J. and G. Nagda (2002). Prevalence of fluorosis in ten villages of Udaipur district of Rajasthan. Indian J. Environ. Sci. 6(2): 109-112.
  43. Pandey, J. (2002). Plant fossils as a marker of palaeoenvironment. In: Modern Trends in Environmental Biology. G. Tripathi (Ed.) CBS Publishers, New Delhi, pp. 247-254.
  44. Pandey, U. and J. Pandey (2002). Cultural ecotourism: Placing a value on the environment. In: Cultural Tourism in India. A. Singh (Ed.) Raj Book Enterprises, Jaipur (India), pp. 45-52.
  45. Pandey, J. and M. S. Yaduvansi (2003). Impacts of catchment characteristics on a tropical freshwater woodland lake ecosystem. Proc.XII National Symposium on Environment (Organized by BARC), Tehri, Garhwal, pp. 141-147.
  46. Pandey, J. and M. S. Yaduvansi (2003). The influence of catchment heterogeneity on microbial biomass dynamics at land-water interface of fresh water tropical lakes. Proc. XIX National Convention of Environmental Engineers (Organized by Institute of Engineers) Udaipur, pp.156-161.
  47. Pandey, J. and M. S. Yaduvansi (2004). Impact of catchment nutrient import on microbial biomass dynamics at land water interface of two freshwater tropical lakes. National Symposium on Management of Aquatic Resources for Biodiversity Maintenance (Organised by J N V University and NATCON, India), pp. 14 – 15.
  48. Pandey, J. and M. S. Yaduvansi (2004). Impact of catchment land-use on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus import in two freshwater lakes of Rajasthan. Proc. XIII National Symposium on Environment. (Organized by BARC). Shillong, pp.240 – 244.
  49. Pandey, J. and Verma, A. (2004). The influence of catchment on chemical and biological characteristics of two freshwater tropical lakes of southern Rajasthan. J. Environ. Biol. 81-87.
  50. Pandey, J. and Nagda, G. (2004). Air pollution concentrations downwind of a phosphate fertilizer Factory. Ecol. Env. Cons. 8 (1): 61-67.
  51. Pandey, J. (2005). Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity downwind of a phosphate fertilizer factory in India. Environ. Monitor. Assess. 100: 249-266.
  52. Pandey, J. and Yaduvansi, M. S. (2005). Sediment dredging as a restoration tool in shallow tropical lakes: Cross analysis of three freshwater lakes of Udaipur, India. Environ. Control Biol. 43 (4): 275-281.
  53. Pandey, J. and Chasta, A. (2005). Surface ozone concentrations in a tropical city in India. Indian J. Environ. Prot. 25 (8): 739-742.
  54. Pandey, J and Chaplot, K. (2005). Environmental status evaluation of bio-medical waste at Udaipur, Rajasthan. Indian. J. Environ. Prot. 25 (11): 1016-1020.
  55. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2005). The influence of catchment modifications on two freshwater lakes of Udaipur. In: Urban lakes in India: Conservation, Management and Rejuvenation (Part-I). K. K. S. Bhatia and S.D. Khobragade (Eds.) National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee. pp. 256-262.
  56. Pandey, J. and Yaduvanshi, M. S. (2005). Rejuvenation of urban lakes in dry tropics: Problems and perspectives. In: Uban Lakes in India: Conservation, Management and Rejuvenation (Part-II). K.K.S.Bhatia and S.D. Khobragade (Eds.) National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee. pp. 321-328.
  57. Pandey, J. (2005). Fluoride distribution and fluorosis in some rural areas of Udaipur, Rajasthan. J. Int. Medical Sci. Acad. 18: 133 - 135.
  58. Yaduvanshi, M. S. and Pandey, J. (2006). Impact of catchment nutrient import on microbial biomass dynamics at land – water interface of two fresh water tropical lakes. Aquatic Biodiversity Management and Conservation 9: 87 – 94.
  59. Pandey, J. and Chasta, A. (2006) Evaluation of air pollution phytotoxicity in urban environment of Udaipur, Rajasthan. Plant Archives 6 (1): 93-96.
  60. Pandey, J. and Shubhashish, K. (2006). Atmospheric deposition of nutrient elements at selected urban sites of Varanasi, India. In: Environmental Degradation and Conservation (Ed. D. D. Pandey), Jaspal Prakashan, Patna. pp. 10 -15.
  61. Chaplot, K. and Pandey, J. (2006). Combined effect of UV – B and water stress on wheat. All India Seminar on Environmental Impact Assessment (18 – 19 Aug. 2006). Institution of Engineers, Udaipur. pp. 73 – 80.
  62. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2006) Floristic composition and litter dynamics of dry tropical woodland of southern Rajasthan. Plant Archives 6 (2): 495 - 499.
  63. Pandey, J. and Joshi, T. (2007) Effect of SO2 on seedling growth of two woody perennials as influenced by soil moisture in the root environment. Plant Archives 7 (1): 71 - 75.
  64. Pandey, J. and Joshi, T. (2007) Effect of SO2 on seedling growth of a woody perennial as influenced by farmyard manure in the root environment. Ind. J. Environ. Prot. 26 (11): 1022 - 1027.
  65. Pandey, J. and Chaplot, K. (2007). Effects of Enhanced UV – B Radiation on Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. Raj. 3077). Research on Crops, 8 (2): 401 – 405.
  66. Pandey, J. (2007). Environmentally Ethical Decision – making: Corporate Environmental Responsibility. In: National seminar on environmental protection and sustainable development: Challenges of the 21st century (10th & 11th March). Bihar Industries Association, Industry House, Library Road, Patna pp. 36 – 42.
  67. Pandey, J. (2008). Microbial biomass at land water interface and its role in regulating ecosystem properties of a fresh water dry tropical woodland lake. J. Environ. Biol. 29 (3): 333 - 337.
  68. Pandey, J. and Verma, A. (2008). Ecosystem level attributes of a fresh water tropical lake in relation to microbial biomass at land water interface. In: Proceedings of Taal 2007: The 12th World Lake Conference (Eds. Sengupta, M. and R. Dalwani), pp. 34 – 43, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee (India).
  69. Pandey, J., Pandey, U., Shubhashish, K. and Pandey, R. (2008). Inter – species variations in soil fertility stability in organic farming. Plant Archives 8 (1): 61 - 63.
  70. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2008) Enhanced production of biomass, pigments and antioxidant capacity of a nutritionally important cyanobacterium Nostochopsis lobatus. Bioresource Technology, 99: 4520 - 4523 (USA).
  71. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2008). Enhanced production of high – quality biomass, d – aminolevulinic, billipigments, and antioxidant capacity of a food alga Nostochopsis lobatus. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol. 150: 221 -231 (USA).
  72. Tiwari, K., Pandey, A., and Pandey, J. (2008). Atmospheric deposition of heavy metals in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment (India). Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 2:605-611.
  73. Pandey, A., Tiwari, K., and Pandey, J. (2008). Dust load and heavy metals deposition in a seasonally dry tropical urban environment in Varanasi. Current World Enviroment, 3: 45-54.
  74. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2008). Enhanced production of high – quality biomass, d – aminolevulinic, billipigments, and antioxidant capacity of a food alga Nostochopsis lobatus. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 150: 221 -231.
  75. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2009). Accumulation of heavy metals in dietary vegetables and cultivated soil horizon in organic farming system in relation to atmospheric deposition in a seasonally dry tropical region of India. Environ. Monito. Assess. 148 (1): 61 – 74 (The Netherlands).
  76. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2009). Atmospheric deposition and heavy metal accumulation in organic farming system in a seasonally dry tropical region of India. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 33(4): 361 - 378 (USA).
  77. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2009). Microbial processes at land – water interface and cross – domain causal relationships as influenced by atmospheric deposition of pollutants in three freshwater lakes in India. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management 14 (1): 71 – 84 (Australia).
  78. Pandey, J., K. Shubhashish and Pandey, R. (2009). Metal contamination to Ganga River (India) as Influenced by Atmospheric Deposition. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 83: 204 – 209, (USA).
  79. Pandey, J. and Chaplot, K. (2009) Effects of supplemental UV-B and drought on wheat (Triticum aestivum). Journal of Agricultural Issues (India) 13 (2) 62 -67.
  80. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2009) Enhanced Production of d – Aminolevulinic Acid, Bilipigments and Antioxidants from Tropical Algae of India. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering 14 (3): 316 - 321(Korea).
  81. Pandey, J. (2009) Modifying influence of woody perennials on atmospheric deposition of nutrient ions in a dry tropical region of India. In Microbial Biotechnology and Ecology. G. S. Paliwal, C. Monoharachari, Jamaludin, A. K. Pandey, P. K. Khare, Neeraj Khare, D. Vyas and R. K. Gupta (Eds.) IK International, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, pp. 837 – 845.
  82. Pandey, J., Pandey, U. and Shubhashish, K. (2009). Cross – species analysis of soil fertility stability in organic farming system. In: Organic Farming for Sustainable Agriculture. Tiwari R. C. Sharma G. S. and Khandelwal S. K. (Eds.) Himanshu Publication, New Delhi, pp. 64 - 69.
  83. Pandey, J., Pandey, R. and Shubhashish, K. (2009). Air–borne heavy metal contamination to dietary vegetables: A case study from India. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 83 (6): 931 – 936. DOI 10.1007/s00128-009-9879-1.
  84. Pandey, J., Shubhashish, K. and Pandey, R. (2009). Air–Borne Heavy Metal Contamination to River Ganga (India) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress – 2009, USA, DOI: 10. 1061/41036(342)250.
  85. Pandey, J., Shubhashish, K. and Pandey, R. (2009). Monitoring the atmospheric deposition of heavy metals at source and non – source oriented sites of Varanasi, India. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution 7 (2): 7 - 14. (The Netherlands).
  86. Pandey, J., Shubhashish, K. and Pandey, R. (2010) Heavy metal contamination of Ganga river at Varanasi in relation to atmospheric deposition. Tropical Ecology, India, 51 (2S): 63 - 71.
  87. Pandey, R., Shubhashish, K. and Pandey, J (2010) Heavy metals in the environment: Implications for human health. Akanksha: 23-28.
  88. Pandey, J. (2010) Ecotourism – Placing a value to the environment: A case study from Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Prajna. pp 194 - 197.
  89. Pandey, R., Pandey, J. and Shubhashish, K. (2010). The role of catchment vegetation in reducing atmospheric inputs of nutrients and heavy metals in Ganga River In: Environmental Pollution: A threat to living world (Ed. D. D. Pandey), Jaspal Prakashan, Patna pp. 10 - 18.
  90. Pandey, J., Pandey, U., Pandey, R., Shubhashish, K. (2010). Accumulation of heavy metals in vegetables and its effects on the stability of organic farming. In: Future Agricultural Sustainability, Eds. R. C. Tiwari, V. N. Joshi and S. Khandelwal, pp. 56 - 67.
  91. Singh, A. and Pandey, J. (2010). Atmospheric deposition of heavy metals in a tropical city of India. In: Studies on Pollution Mitigation (Ed. S. P. Gautam), Central Pollution Control Board New Delhi. pp. 145-152.
  92. Pandey, J. (2010). Medicinal Plants in Nepal: An Anthology of Contemporary Research. (Book Review). Environ. Biol. and Cons. 15: 67
  93. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2010) Enhanced Production of ß – carotene and L – Asparaginase from a Tribal Food Alga, Vaucheria uncinata. In: Advances in Food Sciences and Technology, Volume 1 pp. 195- 208 (Ed. A. J. Greco) Nova Science Publishers Inc. NY ISBN: 978-1-61122-314-9.
  94. Pandey, D. and Pandey, J. (2011). Ambient air quality of Varanasi city with respect to respirable suspended particulates, sulphur dioxides and ozone during winter season. Journal of Holistic Environment 1: 84-88
  95. Pandey, J. (2011) The influence of atmospheric deposition of pollutant elements on cross – domain causal relationships at three tropical freshwater lakes of India. Lakes and Reservoir: Research and Management 16: 113-121.
  96. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2011) Fluoride contamination and fluorosis in rural community in the vicinity of a phosphate fertilizer factory India. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 87: 245-249.
  97. Pandey, R, Shubhashish, K, Pandey J (2011) Synergistic effects of atmospheric deposition and organic amendments on metal accumulation in Spinacia oleracia L Journal of Plant Development Sciences 3: 31-38
  98. Pandey, J and Singh, A. (2012) Opportunities and constraints in organic farming: An Indian perspective. Journal of Scientific Research 56: 47- 72.
  99. Chakraborty, M, Sharma, C, Pandey, J, Singh, N and Gupta, P. K. (2011) Methane emission estimation from landfills in Delhi: A comparative assessment of different methodologies. Atmospheric Environment 45: 7135-7142.
  100. Pandey J, Singh, A, Maurya A (2012) Organic farming: Sustainable development and carbon sequestration perspectives. In: Global warming and climate Change (Joshi, B. D., Pandey, G C and Joshi, N, Ed), Pp: 169- 185. APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-313-1619-1)
  101. Pandey, R, Shubhashish K, Pandey, J. (2012) Dietary intake of pollutant aerosols via vegetables influenced by atmospheric deposition and wastewater irrigation. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 76: 200- 2008.
  102. Pandey, J and Singh, A. (2012). Chemical characterization of rain water in a seasonally dry tropical region of India. Journal of Environmental Biology 33: 629- 634.
  103. Singh, A and Pandey J (2012) Metal contamination and health risk from consumption of organically grown vegetables influenced by atmospheric deposition in a seasonally dry tropical region of India. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 89: 384-389.
  104. Shubhashish K, Pandey R, Pandey, J (2012) The role of catchment vegetation in reducing atmospheric inputs of pollutant aerosols in Ganga River. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. DOI: 10.1007/s00128-012-0651-6
  105. Omesh Bajpai, Anoop Kumar, Ashish K. Mishra, Nayan Sahu, Jitendra Pandey, Soumit K. Behera, Lal Babu Chaudhary (2012) Recongregation of tree species of katerniaghat wildlife sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 2: 24-40.
  106. Pandey, U and Pandey, J (2013) Impact of DOC trends resulting from changing climatic extremes and atmospheric deposition chemistry on periphyton community of a freshwater tropical lake of India. Biogeochemistry. 112: 537-553.
  107. Pandey, J. and R. Singh (2013) The influence of rising urbanization and atmospheric deposition on Ganga River and measures of control. Vigyan Ganga 5: 95- 98.
  108. Pandey, J., A. V. Singh, A. Singh and R. Singh (2013) Impacts of changing atmospheric deposition chemistry on nitrogen and phosphorus loading to Ganga River (India). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 91: 184-190.
  109. Chakraborty, M., Sharma, C., J. Pandey, Gupta, P. K. (2013) Assessment of energy generation potentials of MSW in Delhi under different technological options. Energy Conversion and Management 75:249–255.
  110. Chaudhary, L. B., Kumar, A., Mishra, A. K., Sahu, N., Pandey, J., Behra S. K., and Bajpai O. (2014) Tree Resource of Katerniaghat wildlife sanctuary, uttar Pradesh, India with special emphasis on conservation status, phenology and economic values. International Journal of Environment 3: 122-133.
  111. Pandey, J., Pandey U., and Singh, A. V., (2014) Impact of changing atmospheric deposition chemistry on carbon and nutrient loading to Ganga River: integrating land–atmosphere–water components to uncover cross-domain carbon linkages. Biogeochemistry 119: 179-198.
  112. Singh, A. V. and Pandey, J. (2014) Heavy metals in the mid-stream of the Ganges River: spatiotemporal trends in a seasonally dry tropical region (India). Water International 39: 504-516. Pandey, J., Kaushik, P., Mehra, M. and Massood, S. (2014) Methane and carbon dioxide emission and leachate characterization from landfill along Ganges River at Varanasi, India. Plant Archives 14: 7- 13.
  113. Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2014). Atmospheric deposition of nutrients shifts carbon capture and storage trends in freshwater tropical lakes in India. Environmental Control in Biology 52: 211-220.
  114. Pandey, J., Kaushik, P. and Thripathi, S. (2014) Assessment of leachate pollution index and greenhouse gas emission at MSW dumpsites along Ganga River at Varanasi, India. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change 4: 292-311.
  115. Pandey J, Pandey U, and Singh, A. V. (2014) The skewed N: P stoichiometry resulting from changing atmospheric deposition chemistry drives the pattern of ecological nutrient limitation in the Ganges. Current Science 107: 956-958.
  116. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2014) The skewed N: P stoichiometry resulting from anthropogenic drivers regulate production of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in Ganga River. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 94: 118-124.
  117. Pandey, J. and Amita Yadav (2015) The changing state of N: P: Si stoichiometry in Ganga River: Possible implications for production and fate of phytoplankton biomass. Water 6: 91-99.
  118. Singh, P., Prasad, R. and Pandey, J. (2015) Development of green Ag/Al2O3) catalyst by mechanochemical method for low temperature H2- LPG-SCR of lean Nox. International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering 4: 792-801.
  119. Pandey, J., Yadav, A. and Singh, R. (2015) The N: P: Si stoichiometry and relative abundance of diatoms in Ganga River. British Journal of Applied Science and Technology 9: 137-147.
  120. Bajpai, O., Kushwaha A. K., Srivastava A. K., Pandey J. and Chaudhary L. B. (2015) Phytosociological status of a Monotypic genus Indopiptadenia: A near threatened tree from the Terai-Bhabar region of Central Himalaya. Research Journal of Forestry. 9: 35-47.
  121. Bajpai, O., Kumar, A., Srivastava A. K., Kushwaha, A. K., Pandey, J., and Chaudhary L. B. (2015) Tree species of the Himalayan Terai Region of Uttar Pradesh in India: A checklist. Checklist 11 DOI. Org/10.15560/11.4.1718.
  122. Kharwar, R.N., Dubey, S. K., Pandey, J. and Rai, L. C. (2015) Emerging trends and challenges in plant science research. Current Science 109: 14- 15.
  123. Pandey, J. and Singh, R. (2015) Heavy metals in sediments of Ganga River: up- and downstream influences. Applied Water Science DOI 10.1007/s13201-015-0334.
  124. Pandey J., Singh, A. V., Singh, R., Kaushik P. and Pandey U. (2015) Atmospheric deposition coupled terrestrial export of organic carbon in Ganga River (India): linking cross-domain carbon transfer to river DOC. International Aquatic Research 7: 273-285.
  125. Bajpai O., Pandey J. and Chaudhary, L. B. (2015) Consequences of western disturbance triggered cooling on the flowering of tree species in the Himalayan Terai region. Current Science 109: 1781-1782.
  126. Bajpai, O., Pandey, J. and Chaudhary, L. B. (2015) Ethno-medicinal uses of tree species by Tharu tribes in the Himalayan Terai region of India. Research Journal of Medicinal Plant 10:19-41.
  127. Chakraborty, M., Sharma, C. and Pandey, J. (2015) Urban solid waste management processes, implications, threats and opportunities: An overview on related issues and mitigation measures. In: Singh R. P. and Sarkar, A. (Eds) Waste Management: Challenges, Threats and Opportunities. pp. 159- 182. Nova Publishers, New York.
  128. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2015) Impact of light climate on periphyton and autotrophic index in Ganga River, India. In: Gupta, R. and Singh S. S. (Eds) Environmental Biotechnology: A New Approach. pp. 245- 263. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India.
  129. Pandey, J., Pandey, U., Tripathi S., and Yadav A. (2016) Land use change and atmospheric nitrogen loading in Ganga River Basin: A watershed scale study to uncover cross-domain carbon linkages. In: Climate Change and Environment: Concept and Strategies to Mitigate Impact. pp. 1-23. Eds. D Sharma and K C Sharma, New India Publishing Agency), New Delhi.
  130. Pandey, J., Tripathi, S and Pandey, U. (2016). Anthropogenically induced shifts in N:P:Si stoichiometry and implications in Ganga River. Air, Soil and Water Research 9: 35-43.
  131. Pandey, J., Pandey U, Singh, A. V., Tripathi S. and Mishra, V. (2016) Atmospheric N and P deposition in Ganges Basin. Current Science 110: 974-976.
  132. Pandey, U. and Pandey, J. (2016) Impact of effective light climate on periphyton in the nutrient impacted river Ganges. International Journal of Environmental Botany 1: 1-10.
  133. Bajpai, O., Pandey, J. and Chaudhary, L. B. (2016) Periodicity of different phenophases in selected trees from Himalayan Terai Region of India. Agroforestry Systems, 91: 363-374.
  134. Verma, A. and Pandey, J. (2016) Atmospheric deposition coupled runoff driven shifts in nutrients and trophic status of two fresh water tropical lakes of India. International Journal of Lakes and Rivers 9: 1-10.
  135. Pandey, J., Shraddha Tripathi and Pooja Kaushik (2016) Atmospheric nitrogen deposition and land use change as possible drivers of dissolved organic carbon in Ganga. Journal of the Botanical Society, 46: 5-20.
  136. Pandey, U, and Pandey, J. (2017) Efficacy assessment of cyanobacterial biofertilizer in maize cropping in Indo-Gangetic plains. In: Plants and Microbes in Ever Changing Environment. Ed. S. S. Singh, Nova Publishers, New York.
  137. Pandey U., Pandey J., Singh A.V. and Mishra A. (2017) Anthropogenic drivers shift diatom dominance-diversity relationships and transparent exopolymeric paticles (TEP) production in Ganga River: Implication for natural cleaning of river water. Current Science, 113: 959-964.
  138. Yadav, A. and Pandey, J. (2017) Water quality interaction with alkaline phosphatase in the Ganga River: Implications for river health. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 99: 75-82.
  139. Pandey, J. and Yadav, A. (2017) Alternative alert system for Ganga river eutrophication using alkaline phosphatase as a level determinant. Ecological Indicators 82: 327–343.
  140. Singh, P., Yadav, D., Pandey, J. and Prasad, R. (2017) Reactive calcinations route for synthesis of highly active NiCo2O4 catalyst for abatement of cold-start CO-HC emissions from LPG vehicles. Catalysis Letters 147: 2385-2398.
  141. Yadav, A. and Pandey, J. (2017) Contribution of point sources and non-point sources to nutrient and carbon loads and their influence on the trophic status of the Ganga River at Varanasi, India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189: 475-494.
  142. Verma, A. and Pandey, J. (2017) Anthropogenic-induced shifts in salinity and nutrient status of two freshwater tropical lakes in India. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, 22, 1-10.
  143. Siddiqui, E., Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2017) The N:P:Si stoichiometry as a predictor of ecosystem health: A watershed scale study with Ganga River, India. International Journal of River Basin Management (Revised).
  144. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2018) Impact of heavy metal on activity of some microbial enzymes in the riverbed sediment: Ecotoxicological implications in the Ganga River (India). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 150, 104-115.
  145. Jaiswal, D., Siddiqui, E., Verma, K., and Pandey, J. (2018) Carbon dioxide emission and its regulation at land-water interface downstream of a point source at Ganga River (India). Water and Environment Journal doi: 10.1111/wej.12332.
  146. Pandey, J., Pandey, U., Singh, A.V., Jaiswal, D., Siddiqui, E., Verma, K., (2018) The tradeoff between N:P stoichiometry and production of transparent exopolymeric particles buffers ecological impacts of nutrient pollution in Ganga River: A mesocosm study. Chemistry and Ecology 34(5), 422-438.
  147. Dubey, S.K. and Pandey, J. (2018) Challenges and knowledge gaps in ecological sciences, Current Science, 114: 19-21.
  148. Siddiqui, E., Pandey, J. and Pandey, U. (2018) The N:P:Si stoichiometry as a predictor of ecosystem health: A watershed scale study with Ganga River, India. International Journal of River Basin Management, https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2018.1476370
  149. Yadav, A., Pandey, J. (2018) The pattern of N/P/Si stoichiometry and ecological nutrient limitation in Ganga River: up- and downstream urban influences. Applied Water Science, doi:10.1007/s13201-018-0734-6.
  150. Singh, R., Pandey, J. (2018) Non-point source-driven carbon and nutrient loading to Ganga River (India). Chemistry and Ecology, doi:10.1080/02757540.2018.1554061.
  151. Bajpai, O., Dutta, V., Chaudhary, L.B., Pandey, J. (2018) Key issues and management strategies for the conservation of the Himalayan terai forests of India. International Journal of Conservation Science, 9: 749-760.
  152. Pandey, J., Jaiswal, D., Siddiqui, E., Verma, K., Pandey, U. (2018) Alternative alert system for river health: Need for Ganga River basin management. Proceedings of the symposium on basic research- Its role in national development, National Academy of Sciences, India (Eds., P. N. Tandon and Manju Sharma) Pp.126-148.
  153. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2019) Extracellular enzymes detecting heavy metal pollution in the Ganga River. Atlas of Science. www.atlasofscience.org
  154. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2019) Carbon dioxide emission coupled extracellular enzyme activity at landwater interface predict C-eutrophication and heavy metal contamination in Ganga River, India. Ecological Indicators, 99: 349-364.
  155. Jaiswal, D. and Pandey, J. (2019) Anthropogenically enhanced sediment oxygen demand creates mosaic of oxygen deficient zones in the Ganga River: Implications for river health. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 171: 709-720.  

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