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Professor & Head
Qualification : Ph.D.
Specialization : Invertebrate Palaeontology and Stratigraphy
EXPERIENCE : 36/42 years
Teaching / Research) :Years / Years

Since I joined the department at Jaipur my research activities concentrated on Kachchh and Jaisalmer basins. In the beginning, I carried out the conventional studies of describing fossil groups, mainly bivalves and ammonites with some new forms of bivalves and ammonites at first stage. This also included first record of Bajocian-Bathonian ammonites from India and partial revision of Jurassic Lamellibranchs taxonomy. These results have already been published in the refereed Journals. My initial work also included Lithostratigraphic mapping of Gora Dongar in the Kachchh Basin - a large area of about 100 sq km. and taphonomic and biostrationomic study in the Cauvery Basin, leading to environmental information on Late Cretaceous sedimentation.

At the second stage I revised a monograph on corals from Kachchh (India) written in 1900 by GREGORY looking into the new biological insight of corals and their application in the reconstruction of depositional environment. I also initiated recognition of ecophenotypic characters and microarchitectures in corals. I have also described and illustrated most of the Jurassic and some Cretaceous corals from Jaisalmer, Jordan, Iran, Tunisia, Tibet, Sicily, Ethiopia and Egypt for the first time.

Visualizing the importance to understand better the variation of the facies and microarchitecture and microstructure in the coral skeleton I carried out studies on Quaternary carbonate sediments and corals of Saurashtra, which in turn help in reconstruction of the sea-level curve and the palaeoclimate.

As a follow up of my visit to Germany, France, UK under Humboldt Foundation Fellowship (Germany) and CNRS Fellowship (France), and participation in the field-work in India (Kachchh, Saurashtra, Jaisalmer, Tiruchchirrappalli, Lakshadweep, etc.) and in Europe (Normandy, Alps, Denmark and Gotland) I concentrated on application of the biotic elements and applied aspects of Palaeontology, like Taphonomy, biostrationomy, Palaeoecology and Trace fossils, for the reconstruction of depositional environment, correlation of fossil assemblage with sediments & sequence stratigraphy.

Lately, I worked on the Oxfordian and Tithonian ammonites and presently, I am involved in taxonomic studies of Kimmeridgian ammonites and Kimmeridgian biostratigraphy of the Kachchh and Jaisalmer basins and of Spiti Himalaya.

  • Publications:
    1. Pandey Dhirendra K., Prakash Neeru, Fürsich. Franz T., Alberti, Matthias, Shekhawat, Rajesh Singh, Neelam Das, 2021. New record of Ptilophyllum and related leaf fossils from Kimmeridgian sediments of the Kachchh Basin, western India. Palaeontological Society of India (submitted)
    2. Alberti Matthias, Fürsich Franz T., Pandey Dhirendra K., Andersen Nils, Garbe-Schönberg Dieter, Bhosale Suraj, Chaskar Ketan, and Habermann Jörg M. 2021. First record of stable isotopes (δ13C, δ18O) and element ratios (Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca) of Middle to Late Jurassic belemnites from the Indian Himalayas and their potential for palaeoenvironmental reconstructions, Journal of Palaeogeography (sent for publication).
    3. Pandey Dhirendra Kumar, Fürsich Franz T., Alberti Matthias, Das Ranajit, Olóriz Sáez Federico. 2021. First population-level study of the ammonite genus Hildoglochiceras Spath, and the Lower Tithonian record of the Hildoglochiceras Horizon in the Kachchh Basin, India. Geobios. (sent for publication)
    4. Singh, A., Deori, N., Pandey, D.K., Shekhawat R.S. & Verma, P. 2021. Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of Southern Tethyan sedimentary succession from the Langza-section Spiti Valley. In: Banerjee, S. (ed.), Advances in Mesozoic Stratigraphy: Multi-proxy approach (in press).
    5. Fürsich Franz T, Alberti Matthias, Pandey Dhirendra K. 2021. Palaeoecological analysis of maximum flooding zones from the Tithonian (Upper Jurassic) of the Kachchh Basin, western India – Facies (Germany), 67(7): 2-27.
    6. Chaudhary Ravindra, Sharma Jitendra K., Pandey, Dhirendra K., Bhosale Suraj A., Chaskar Ketan. 2021. Petrography and depositional environment of the Kimmeridgian sediments exposed along Jawahar Nagar river-section in the eastern part of the Kachchh Basin, western India. Indian Journal of Environmental Sciences. 25 (1): 35-43
    7. Bhosale S., Chaskar K., Pandey Dhirendra Kumar, Lakhote Abhishek, Thakkar Adarsh, Chauhan Gaurav, Bhandari Subhash and M.G. Thakkar 2021. Jurassic geodiversity and geomorphosite of Kanthkot area, Wagad, Kachchh, Western India, International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks,
    8. Pandey D K. 2020. Living vs Non-living and Existence of a Third Category, International Journal of Paleobiology and Paleontology Medwin Publishers 3(1): 1-2
    9. Pandey Dhirendra Kumar, Chaudhary Ravindra, Shekhawat Rajesh Singh, Sharma Jitendra Kumar, Bhosale Suraj and Chaskar Ketan 2020. Potential for Hydrocarbon Exploration in Jhuran Formation of Kachchh Mainland, Gujarat, western India.- Mining Engineers Journal, Mining Engineers’ Association of India, Hyderabad 22 (5): 23-28.
    10. Matthias Alberti, Franz T. Fürsich, Pandey, Dhirendra K. 2019. Sedimentology of a prograding delta complex: The Jurassic succession of the Wagad Uplift in the eastern part of the Kachchh Basin, western India – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 292/1: 1-24
    11. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Ketan Chaskar, Gerard R. Case. 2018. Two fossil shark teeth from the Lower Eocene shales of the Jaisalmer Basin, India. Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 63 (2): 155-161.
    12. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Fürsich, Franz T., Alberti, Matthias, Sharma Jitendra K., Swami Narendra. 2018. Recurrent hardgrounds and their significance for intra-basinal correlations: A case study of Upper Bathonian rocks from the western margin of the Indian Craton (presented in the 10th International Congress on the Jurassic System, to be held in Maxico in February 2018). – Journal of Palaeogeography 7: 14
    13. Pandey Dhirendra K., Ranajit Das, Matthias Alberti, Franz T. Fürsich, Rajesh Singh Shekhawat, Prajna Udupa. 2018. Phenetic classification of Kimmeridgian ammonites from the western part of the Kachchh Basin. – Paläontologische Zeitschrift. P. 1-9, DOI:10.1007/s12542-018-0429-1
    14. Srivastava, D.K., Kroh, A., Pandey, Dhirendra K., Alberti, M. & Fürsich, F.T. 2017. Echinoids from the Callovian to Oxfordian Chari Formation (Jurassic) of Kachchh, India. – Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India (with Dr. Kroh, A.)
    15. Pandey Dhirendra K., Alberti Matthias, Sharma Jitendra Kumar & Shekhawat Rajesh. 2018. A review on preservation and conservation of our natural resources: the fossils, in Purasangarh Archaeology, Museum and Culture Heritage, Literary Circle Jaipur, edited by V. Upadhyaya, p. 1-7, figures on pages 123-125.
    16. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Swami, Narendra Kumar, Sharma, Jitendra Kumar and Alberti, Matthias 2018. Callovian ammonites from a condensed horizon in the Kuldhar Member of the northeastern Jaisalmer Basin (Rajasthan, India) and their biostratigraphic implications. – Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India, 63 (1): 37-52.
    17. Fürsich, Franz T., Uchman Alfred, Alberti, Matthias, Pandey, Dhirendra K. 2018. Trace fossils of an amalgamated storm-bed succession from the Jurassic of the Kachchh Basin, India: The significance of time-averaging in ichnology, Journal of Palaeogeography, 7: 14-31, DOI: 10.10.16/j.jop.2017.11.002.
    18. Prasad GVR, Pandey Dhirendra K. Alberti M, Fürsich FT, Thakkar MG, Chauhan GD 2017. Discovery of the first ichthyosaur from the Jurassic of India: Implications for Gondwanan palaeobiogeography. PLoS ONE 12(10): 1-31;
    19. Alberti Matthias, Pandey Dhirendra K., Sharma Jitendra K., Swami Narendra K. and Alfred Uchman. 2017. Slumping in the Upper Jurassic Baisakhi Formation of the Jaisalmer Basin, western India: Sign of synsedimentary tectonics? – Journal of Palaeogeography -Volume 6, Issue 4, October 2017, Pages 321-332, doi: 10.1016/j.jop.2017.08.001
    20. Mukherjee Debahuti, Alberti Matthias, Fürsich Franz T. and Pandey, Dhirendra K. 2017. Brachiopods from the Middle to Upper Jurassic strata of Gangta Bet in the Kachchh Basin, western India. – Journal of Palaeontological Society of India, 62 (2), 137-146.
    21. Fürsich Franz T., Alberti Matthias & Pandey Dhirendra K. 2017. Behavioural variants of the trace fossil Gyrochorte. – Zitteliana, 89: 13–21.
    22. Alberti Matthias, Fürsich Franz T., Pandey Dhirendra K. & Mukherjee Debahuti. 2017. Overview on the Middle to Upper Jurassic sedimentary succession of Gangta Bet in the Kachchh Basin, western India, with special emphasis on its lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and palaeoenvironment.- Journal of The Geological Society of India, 89:259-270
    23. Alberti Matthias, Fürsich Franz Theodor, and Pandey Dhirendra K. 2017. First record of a xiphosuran trackway (Kouphichnium isp.) from the Jurassic of India. – Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 91 (1):113–126
    24. Fürsich Franz T., Alberti Matthias, Pandey Dhirendra K. & Rai Jyotsana, 2017. Event beds or condensed unit? Analysis of a wood-log concentration in the upper Jurassic of the Kachchh Basin, western India, -Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 466, 406-415.
    25. Pandey, Dhirendra K. Alberti, Matthias, Fürsich, Franz T., Bhaumik, Sneha & Ayoub-Hannaa, Wagih. 2016. A review of the Late Tithonian ammonites from the Kachchh Basin, western India. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 61(2):141-173.
    26. Sharma Jitendra Kumar and Pandey Dhirendra K. 2016. Taxonomy of Late Bathonian – Oxfordian ammonites from the Jaisalmer Basin: implication for intrabasinal litho- and biostratigraphic correlation. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 61(2): 249-266.
    27. Rai J., Prakash N., Pandey Dhirendra K., Fürsich F.T., Alberti M., Singh A. Garg S. & Swami N. 2016. The Middle Oxfordian flora from the Kachchh Basin, western India with the earliest record of bennettitaleans from the subcontinent.- Geophytology, 46 (2), 133-146.
    28. Rai J., Prasad M., Prakash N., Singh, A., Garg S., Gupta M., Pandey, Dhirendra K. 2016. Gymnospermous fossil woods from Gangta Bet, Eastern Kachchh, western India. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 61(1), 111-122.
    29. Rai J., Garg S., Gupta M., Singh A., Pandey Dhirendra K., Fürsich F.T., Alberti, M. & Garg, R. 2015. Integrated Nannofossil – dinocyst – ammonoid biostratigraphy from the Wagad uplift, Kachchh, western India. – Volumina Jurassica XIII 13(2): 55-80.
    30. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Alberti M. & Fürsich F.T. 2015. Ammonites of the Genera Peltoceras Waagen, 1871, Metapeltoceras Spath, 1931, and Euaspidoceras Spath, 1931 from the Upper Callovian and Oxfordian of Kachchh, western India. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 60(1): 1-26
    31. Alberti Matthias, Pandey Dhirendra K., Hethke Manja & Fürsich Franz T. 2015. Ammonites of the subfamily Mayaitinae SPATH, 1928 from the Oxfordian of Kachchh, western India. – Geobios 48: 85–130 (Geobios 03/2015; DOI: 10.1016/j.geobios.2015.02.005)
    32. Pandey Dhirendra K. & Pooniya D. 2015. Sequence stratigraphy of the Oxfordian to Tithonian sediments (Baisakhi Formation) in the Jaisalmer Basin. – Volumina Jurassica XIII 1: 65–76.
    33. Grzegorz Pieńkowski, Paweł Brański, Dhirendra K. Pandey, Ján Schlögl, Matthias Alberti and Franz T. Fürsich 2015. Dinosaur footprints from the Thaiat ridge and their palaeoenvironmental background, Jaisalmer Basin, Rajastan, India. – Volumina Jurassica XIII 1: 17–26.
    34. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Uchman A., Kumar, Vineet & Shekhawat, Rajesh Singh. 2014. Cambrian trace fossils of the Cruziana ichnofacies from the Bikaner-Nagaur Basin, north western Indian Craton – Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 81: 129–141.
    35. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Fürsich, F.T. & Alberti, M. 2014. Stratigraphy and palaeoenvironments of the Jurassic rocks of the Jaisalmer Basin – Field Guide. – Beringeria, Special Issue 9: 1–111.
    36. 36. Alberti, M., A. Nützel, F.T. Fürsich and Dhirendra K. Pandey. 2013. Oxfordian (Late Jurassic) gastropods from the Kachchh Basin, western India. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 270: 275‒300
    37. Rai, Jyotsana, Singh, Abha and Pandey, D.K. 2013. Early to Middle Albian age calcareous nannofossils from Pariwar Formation of Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan, western India and their significance. – Current Science, 105 (11): 1604-1611.
    38. Pandey, D.K., Alberti, M. & Fürsich, F.T., Głowniak, Ewa, and Olóriz, Federico. 2013. Ammonites from the Oxfordian-Kimmeridgian boundary and the Lower-Upper Kimmeridgian of Kachchh, western India. – Volumina Jurassica XI: 97–146
    39. Pandey, D.K., Alberti, M. & Fürsich, F.T. 2013. Ammonites from the Oxfordian (Bifurcatus Zone) strata of Gangta Bet, Kachchh, western India. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 58(2): 139-174.
    40. Mu. Ramkumar, Alberti, M., Fürsich, Franz T. and Pandey. D.K. 2013. Depositional and Diagenetic Environments of the Dhosa Oolite Member (Oxfordian), Kachchh Basin, India: Implications for the Origin and Occurrence of the Ooids and Their Correlation with the Global Fe-Oolite Peak in Mu. Ramkumar (ed.), On a Sustainable Future of the Earth’s Natural Resources, Springer Earth System Sciences, Chapter 11: 179-230; DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-32917-3_11, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
    41. Alberti, M., Fürsich, F.T. & Pandey, D.K., 2013. Seasonality in low latitudes during the Oxfordian (Late Jurassic) reconstructed via high-resolution stable isotope analysis of the oyster Actinostreon marshi (J. Sowerby, 1814) from the Kachchh Basin, western India. International Journal of Earth Sciences,102: 1321-1336, Impact Factor: 2.09
    42. Alberti, Matthias, Fürsich, Franz T. and Pandey, D.K. 2013. Deciphering condensed sequences: A case study from the Oxfordian (Upper Jurassic) Dhosa Oolite member of the Kachchh Basin, western India. Sedimentology, vol. 60, issue 2, pp. 574-598, Impact factor 2.229.
    43. Alberti, M., Fürsich, F.T. & Pandey, D.K. 2012. The Oxfordian stable isotope record (δ18O, δ13C) of belemnites, brachiopods, and oysters from the Kachchh Basin (western India) and its potential for palaeoecologic, palaeoclimatic, and palaeogeographic reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 344-345: 49-68.
    44. Pandey, D.K. Choudhary, Shipra, Tej Bahadur, Narendra Swami and Jingeng Sha 2012. A review of the Lower – lowermost Upper Jurassic lithostratigraphy of the Jaisalmer Basin, western Rajasthan, India – an implication on biostratigraphy – Volumina Jurassica X: 61–82.
    45. Pandey, D.K., Alberti, M. & Fürsich, F.T., 2012. Ammonites of the genus Perisphinctes Waagen, 1869 from the Oxfordian of Kachchh, western India. Revue de Paléobiologie 31: 483-587.
    46. Ramkumar Muthuvairavasamy, Alberti Matthias, Fürsich, Franz T., Pandey, D.K. 2012. Anomalous phosphorus episodes during Callovian-Oxfordian times in the Kachchh Basin, western India: Implications for palaeoclimate, productivity, and weathering. Geochemistry, Elsevier, 72: 141–148 (Impact factor 1.525).
    47. Alberti, M., Fürsich, F.T., Pandey, D.K., Ramkumar, M., 2011. Stable isotope analyses of belemnites from the Kachchh Basin, western India: paleoclimatic implications for the Middle to Late Jurassic transition. Facies. 58 (2): 261-278. DOI 10.1007/s10347-011-0278-9.
    48. Alberti, M., Pandey, D.K., Fürsich, F.T. 2011. Ammonites of the genus Peltoceratoides Spath, 1924 from the Oxfordian of Kachchh, western India. – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie. 262: 1-18. (Impact Factor 1.9)
    49. Pandey, D.K., Fürsich, Franz T., Gameil M. and Ayoub-Hannaa , W. S. 2011. Aspidiscus cristatus (LAMARCK) from the Cenomanian sediments of Wadi Quseib, East Sinai, Egypt. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 56 (1): 29-37.
    50. Misra, P.K., Jauhri, A.K., Pandey, D.K., Kishore, S., Tej Bahadur, Singh, S.K., Singh, A.P. and Chhabra, N.L. 2011. Coralline Algae from the Chaya Formation (Late Pleistocene-Holocene) from the North Dwarika Area, Western India. – Geological Process and Climate Change. Editors: Dhru Sen Singh and N.L. Chhabra, Macmillan Publishers India Limited, pp. 23-34.
    51. Pandey, D.K. and Tej Bahadur. 2011. Awareness of Organic Evolution through Museums. – Relevance of Museum and Museology in Modern Society. Editor. Professor Vibha Upadhyaya, Literary Circle Jaipur, 37-38, Figs. 1-11.
    52. Kiessling Wolfgang, Pandey, D.K., Schemm-Gregory, Mena, Mewis, Heike and Aberhan Martin. 2010. Marine benthic invertebrates from the Upper Jurassic of northern Ethiopia and their biogeographic affinities. – Journal of African Earth Sciences 59 (2-3): 195-214 (Impact Factor 1.723)
    53. Pandey D.K. & Rakesh Singh. 2010. Early Pliocene – Holocene favia from northern and northwestern coastal areas of Saurashtra peninsula, western India- Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 55 (2), December 2010: 107-120; Lucknow.
    54. Pandey, D.K. and Bhadu Balram. 2010. Outcrop based study to infer depositional environment and sequence stratigraphic framework of Paleogene sediments of the Jaisalmer Basin, NW India – ONGC Bulletin Vol. 45 (2): 39-48.
    55. Pandey, D.K., Sha Jingeng, and Choudhary, Shipra. 2010. Sedimentary cycles in the Callovian-Oxfordian of the Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan, western India – Volumina jurassica VIII: 131–162.
    56. Srivastava, D.K., Pandey, D.K., Alberti, M. and Fürsich, F. T. 2010. Record of Advenaster Hess, 1955 (Asteroidea) From The Bathonian Patcham Formation of Kala Jhar in Habo Dome, Kachchh Basin, India. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 55(1): 65-69.
    57. Pandey, D.K. and Bhadu Balram. 2010. Inter-basinal Correlation of Paleogene sediments of Jaisalmer and Barmer basins, western India: An approach by sequence stratigraphy. 8th Biennial International Conference and Exposition on Petroleum Geophysics, Hyderabad. P 164: 1-4.
    58. Pandey, D.K. and Bhadu Balram. 2009. Sequence Stratigraphy of Non-marine sediments at Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary in the Barmer Basin, Western India – Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 4: 25-39.
    59. Pandey, D.K., Fürsich F. T. Sha J. 2009.Inter-basinal marker intervals – A case study from the Jurassic basins of Kachchh and Jaisalmer, western India. – Science China Series D-Earth Sciences 52 (12): 1924-1931.
    60. Pandey, D.K., Fürsich F. T., Baron-Szabo, R. 2009. Jurassic corals from the Jaisalmer Basin, west Rajasthan, India. – Zitteliana, A48/49: 13-37; München.
    61. Pandey, D.K. and Tej Bahadur. 2009. A review of the stratigraphy of Marwar Supergroup of west-central Rajasthan – Journal Geological Society of India, 73: 747-758; Bangalore
    62. Pandey, D.K., Kondo, Y., Jain, R.L. Tej Bahadur and Pradhan, V. R. 2008. Microfacies and Depositional Environment of the Gaj Formation (Miocene) exposed near Bhatia, District Jamnagar, Saurashtra.- Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 53(2): 35-49; Lucknow.
    63. Misra, A. and Pandey, D.K. 2008. Microfacies and depositional environment of the Bathonian Jhurio at the Jumara Dome, Kachchh, Western India. – Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences (Special Edition), 22 (2): 123-140; Jaipur
    64. Pandey, D.K., Fürsich, F.T., Baron-Szabo, R. and Wilmsen, M. 2007. Lower Cretaceous corals from the Koppeh Dagh, NE-Iran. –Zitteliana, A47, 3-52; München.
    65. Pandey, D.K. and Choudhary, S. 2007. Sequence stratigraphic framework of Lower to lower Middle Jurassic sediments of the Jaisalmer Basin, India. – Beringeria, 37: 121-131, 7 text-figs, 1 pl., 1 tab.; Würzburg.
    66. Pandey, D.K., Tej Bahadur and Mathur, U. B. 2007. Stratigraphic Distribution and Depositional Environment of Chaya Formation along the northwestern coast of Saurashtra penninsula, western India- Journal Geological Society of India, 69 (6): 1215 -1230; Bangalore
    67. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich. F. T. 2006. Jurassic corals from the Shemshak Formation of the Alborz Mountains, Iran.- Zitteliana; 46: 41-74, 7 pls., 3 text-figs., 20 tab.; München.
    68. Fürsich, F.T., Pandey, D.K., Kashyap, D. and Wilmsen, M. 2006. The trace fossil Ctenopholeus SEILACHER & HEMLEBEN, 1966 from the Jurassic of India and Iran: distinction from related ichnogenera. – N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Mh, (11): 641-654; Stuttgart
    69. Pandey, D.K., 2006. A review of a book: Memoir 63, Quaternary Geology: Indian Perspective, written by Dr. U. B. Mathur, Published by Geological Society of India, Bangalore, 2005 – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 51 (1): 111; Lucknow
    70. Pandey, D.K., Sha Jingeng, and Choudhary, Shipra. 2006. Depositional history of the early part of the Jurassic succession on the Rajasthan Shelf, western India – Progress in Natural Science, 16 (Special Issue on Marine and Non-marine Jurassic: Boundary, Events and Correlation): 176-185; Beijing.
    71. Pandey, D.K., Sha Jingeng, and Choudhary, Shipra. 2006. Depositional environment of Bathonian sediments of the Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan, western India – Progress in Natural Science, 16 (Special Issue on Marine and Non-marine Jurassic: Boundary, Events and Correlation): 163-175; Beijing.
    72. Moser Markus, Mathur, U. B. Fürsich, Franz T., Pandey, D.K. and Neera Mathur 2006. Oldest camarasauromorph sauropod (Dinosauria) discovered in the Middle Jurassic (Bajocian) of the Khadir Island, Kachchh, western India. – Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 80/1: 34-51; Stuttgart.
    73. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F.T. 2005. A new name for the Jurassic coral genus Irania PANDEY & FÜRSICH 2003. – Beringeria 35: 135; Würzburg.
    74. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich . F. T. 2005. Jurassic corals from southern Tunisia.- Zitteliana; A45: 3-34, 9 pls., 4 text-figs., 16 tab.; München
    75. Pandey, D.K., Kashyap Deepali and Choudhary, Shipra. 2005. Microfacies and depositional environment of the Gharoi River section (upper Jaisalmer Formation), west of Baisakhi Village, Jaisalmer Basin, Rajasthan – Proceedings of the National Seminar on Oil, Gas & Lignite Scenario with special Reference to Rajasthan held on 20-21 April 2005, pp. 117-130; Jaipur.
    76. Fürsich . F. T., Oschmann, W., Pandey, D.K., Jaitly, A. K., Singh, I. B. and Liu, C. 2004. Palaeoecology of Middle to lower Upper Jurassic macrofaunas of the Kachchh Basin, western India – an overview.- Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 49: 1-26; Lucknow.
    77. Mathur, U. B., Pandey, D.K. and Tej Bahadur. 2004. Falling Late Holocene Sea-level along Indian Coast. – Current Science, 87: 439-440; Bangalore.
    78. Fürsich, F. T., Callomon, J. H., Pandey, D.K., Jaitly, A. K.. 2004. Environment and faunal patterns in the Kachchh Rift Basin, western India during the Jurassic.– Revista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 110 (1): 181-190; Milano.
    79. Fürsich, F. T. and Pandey, D.K. 2003. Sequence stratigraphic significance of sedimentary cycles and shell concentrations in the Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous of Kachchh, western India.- Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaoecology 193: 287-309; Amsterdam.
    80. Pandey, D.K., U.B. Mathur, Singh, Rakesh and Bahadur , Tej, 2003. Late Pleistocence coral-algal sediments of Chaya Formation of Mithapur area, Jamnagar (Gujarat). – Journal Geological Society of India, 61: 195-201; Bangalore.
    81. Pandey, D.K., Lathuilière, B., Fürsich, F. T. and Sanjeev Kuldeep. 2002. The oldest Jurassic Cyathophorid coral from siliciclastic environment of the Kachchh Basin, western India – Paläontologische Zeitschrift, Stuttgart, 76 (2): 347-356; Stuttgart.
    82. Mathur, U. B. and Pandey, D.K., 2002. Radiocarbon dates by AMS of Corals, Gastropods and Foraminifers from Saurashtra Peninsula, Gujarat and their Implications in Sea-level Studies – Journal Geological Society of India, 60: 303-308; Bangalore.
    83. Fürsich, F. T., Pandey, D.K., Callomon, J. H. Jaitly, A. K. and Singh, I. B. 2001. Marker beds in the Jurassic of the kachchh Basin, western India: their depositional environment and sequence-stratigraphic significance. – Journal of The Palaeontological Society of India, 46: 176-198; Lucknow.
    84. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F. T. 2001. Environmental distribution of scleractinian corals in the Jurassic of Kachchh, Western India.- Journal Geological Society of India, 57: 479-495; Bangalore
    85. Jain Sreepat and Pandey, D.K. 2000. Middle Jurassic Ammonite Biozonation in Kachchh, Western India. Bulletin of the Indian Geologists’ Association, 33 (1): 1-12; Chandigarh.
    86. Pandey, D.K., Ahmad Fayez and Fürsich, F. T. 2000. Middle Jurassic scleractinian corals from north western Jordan.- Beringeria 27: 3-29, 5 pls.; Würzburg.
    87. Pandey, D.K., Mcroberts, C. A. and Pandit, M. K. 1999. Dimorpharaea (Scleractinia, Anthozoa) form the Middle Jurassic of Kachchh, India.- Journal of Palaeontology 73/6: 1015-1028; Lawrence
    88. Fürsich, F. T. and Pandey, D.K. 1999. Genesis and environmental significance of Upper Cretaceous shell concentration from the Cauvery basin, southern India.- Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaoecology 145: 119 – 139; Amsterdam.
    89. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F. T. 1998. Distribution and Succession of Jurassic Rocks in Gora Dongar, Pachchham “Island”, Kachchh, India.- Journal Geological Society of India 51: 331-344; Bangalore.
    90. Jain Sreepat, and Pandey, D.K. 1997. Revision of the age of heteromorph ammonite Parapatoceras from Kachchh, western India. -Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 42: 133-1139; Lucknow.
    91. Pandey, D.K. and Lathuilière, B. 1997. Variability in Epistreptophyllum from the Middle Jurassic of Kachchh, Western India: an open question for the taxonomy of Mesozoic Scleractinian corals.- Journal of Palaeontology 71 (4): 564 – 577, 11 figs.; Lawrence.
    92. Jain Sreepat, Callomon, H. J. and Pandey, D.K. 1996. On the earliest known occurrence of the Middle Jurassic ammonite genus Reineckia in the Upper Bathonian of Jumara, Kachchh, Western India. -Paläontologische Zeitschrift 70 (1/2): 129-143, 10 figs.; Stuttgart.
    93. Pandey, D.K., Heinze, M. and Fürsich, F. T. 1996. Contribution to the Jurassic of Kachchh, Western India. V. The bivalve fauna. Part II. Subclass Anomalodesmata. – Beringeria 18: 51-87, 3 text-figs, 9 pls; Würzburg.
    94. Pandey, D.K. and Callomon, J. H. 1995. Contribution to the Jurassic of Kachchh, Western India. III. The Middle Bathonian ammonite families Clydoniceratidae and Perisphinctidae from Pachchham Island. -Beringeria 16: 125-145, 4 text-figs, 5 pls.; Würzburg.
    95. Fürsich, F. T., Pandey, D.K., Oschmann, W., Jaitly, A. K. and Singh, I. B. 1994. Ecology and adaptive strategies of corals in unfavourable environments: Examples from the middle Jurassic of Kachchh Basin, Western India. – Neus Jahrbuch für Geologie and Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 194 (2/3): 269-303; Stuttgart.
    96. Fürsich, F. T., Pandey, D.K., Oschmann, W., Callomon, J. H. and Jaitly, A. K. 1994. Contribution to the Jurassic of Kachchh, western India. II. Bathonian stratigraphy and depositional environment of Sadhara Dome, Pachchham Island.- Beringeria 12: 95-125, 7 text figs., 1 tab., 2 pls.; Würzburg.97. Pandey, D.K., Callomon, J. H. and Fürsich, F. T. 1994. On the occurrence of the Callovian ammonites Parapatoceras tuberculatum (BAUGIER & SAUZE 1843) in Kachchh, Western India. – Paläontologische Zeitschrift 68: 63-69, 7 text figs.; Stuttgart.
    97. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F. T. 1994. Bajocian (Mid Jurassic) age of the lower Jaisalmer Formation of Rajasthan, Western India. – Newsletter on stratigraphy 30: 75 – 81, 2 figs., 1 tab.; Stuttgart.
    98. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F. T. 1993. Contribution to the Jurassic of Kachchh, Western India. I. The coral fauna.- Beringeria 8: 3-69 , 24 figs., 11 pls; Würzburg.
    99. Pandey, D.K. 1992. Jurassic mussels from Gora Dongar, Pachchham “Island”, Kachchh.- Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy 62 part A III: 505-516; Allahabad.
    100. Pandey, D.K. and WESTERMANN, G. E. G. 1988. First record of Bathonian Bullatimorphites (Jurassic Ammonitina) from Kachchh, India – Journal of Palaeontology, U.S.A., 62 (1): 148-150; Lawrence.
    101. Agrawal, S. K. and Pandey, D.K. 1985. Biostratigraphy of the Bathonian – Callovian Beds of Gora Dongar in Pachchham “Island”, District Kachchh Gujarat) – Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, Part A, 51 (5): 887-903; New Delhi.
    102. Pandey, D.K. and Agrawal, S. K. 1984. On the two new species of the middle Jurassic ammonite genus Clydoniceras Blake from Kachchh, Western India – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatschefte, West Germany, 6: 321-326; Stuttgart.
    103. Pandey, D.K., Singh, C. S. P., and Agrawal, S. K. 1984. A note on new fossil finds from Gora Dongar, Pachchham “Island”, District Kachchh Gujarat) – The Journal of Scientific Research, Banaras Hindu University, 34 (1): 299-310; Varanasi.
    104. Pandey, D.K. and Agrawal, S. K. 1984. Bathonian – Callovian Molluscs of Gora Dongar, Pachchham “Island” District Kachchh, Gujarat) – Quarterly Journal Geological Mining & Metallurgical Society of India, 56 (4): 176-196; Calcutta.
    105. Singh, C. S. P., Pandey, D.K. and Jaitly, A. K. 1983. Discovery of Clydoniceras Blake and Gracilisphinctes Buckman Bathonian-Middle Jurassic Ammonites) in Kachchh, Western India – Journal of Palaeontology, U.S.A., 57 (4): 821-824; Lawrence.
    106. Singh, C. S. P., Jaitly, A. K. and Pandey, D.K. 1982. A middle Jurassic Bivalve Genus, Agrawalimya, from Kachchh Gujarat), India – The Veliger, U.S.A., 24 (3): 273-275; California.
    107. Singh, C. S. P., Jaitly, A. K. and Pandey, D.K. 1982. First report of some Bajocian-Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) ammonoids and the age of the oldest sediments from Kachchh, W. India – Newsletter on Stratigraphy, Germany, 11 (1): 37-40; Stuttgart.
    108. Pandey, D. K. and Singh, C. S. P. 1982. On a new species of Macrocephalites Zittel from Jurassic of Kachchh (Gujarat) – Journal Geological Society of India, 23: 621-623; Bangalore.
    109. Pandey, D.K. and Singh, C. S. P. 1981. A new species of Indoculana Kanjilal & Singh (Bivalvia) from Gora Doongar, in Pachchham, “Island”, District Kachchh (Gujarat, India) – Journal of Palaeontology U.S.A., 55 (6): 1296-1297; Lawrence.
  • Book:
    1. Pandey Dhirendra K, Alberti Matthias, Fürsich Franz T, Pookoya P and Idrees Babu K K 2020. Coral reef ecosystems of the Lakshadweep Archipelago, Arabian Sea, western India (SR015). – 36th International Geological Congress, Delhi (IGC), Field Trip Guide, 63p. (in press)
    2. Fürsich Franz T, Pandey Dhirendra K, Alberti Matthias, Mukherjee Debahuti and Chauhan Gaurav. 2020. Stratigraphic Architecture and Palaeoenvironments in the Kachchh Rift Basin during the Jurassic (WR010). 36th International Geological Congress, Delhi (IGC), Field Trip Guide, 143p.
    3. Fürsich, F.T., Alberti, M. & Pandey, D.K. 2013. Stratigraphy and palaeoenvironments of the Jurassic rocks of Kachchh – Field Guide. – Beringeria, Special Issue 7: 1–174.
    4. Pandey, Dhirendra K., Fürsich, F.T. & Alberti, M. 2014. (Eds.) 9th International Congress on the Jurassic System, Jaipur, India – Abstracts. – Beringeria, Special Issue 8: 1-213.
    5. Pandey, D.K. and Fürsich, F. T. 2003. Jurassic corals of east-central Iran.- Beringeria.; 32: 3-138, 6 text-figs., 5 tabs., 40 pls.; Würzburg.
  • Awards:
    1. Awarded Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (Germany): 1992-93, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2015
    2. Awarded Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Fellowship (CNRS, France): June-August 2001
    3. Awarded DAAD Scholarship in the year 2008
    4. Recipient of Prof. S.K.Singh Memorial Gold Medal for best paper in PSI, Lucknow 2011
    5. One research paper on Sequence Stratigraphy..won the “Palaeo-3 Most Cited Papers 2003-2007 Award”
  • Projects
    1. Biostratigraphical and Palaeoecological Studies of Middle Jurassic Rocks in Pachchham “Island” (Kachchh, Gujarat), UGC no. 25-1 (1051)/84(SR-V) dated 2.0.1984, 1984-1986, Completed.
    2. Biodiversity in Scleractinian corals from Jurassic Sediments of Kachchh and Jaisalmer Basins, DST, New Delhi Project no. ESS/23/016/95 dated 13.11.1996, 1996-2000, Completed.
    3. Late Pleistocene - Holocene Stratigraphy and Palaeoclimate history of Saurashtra, Gujarat, with Dr. U.B.Mathur (GSI, Jaipur), DST, New Delhi. Project no. ESS/23/VES/010/98, dated 18.5.1999, 1999-2002, Completed.4. Biofacies, Palaeoecology, and palaeogeography of the Jurassic of the Kachchh, basin, western India, with Professor Franz T. Fursich (Germany), DST-DAAD Joint Research project based personnel Exchange program. Project no. INT/ FRG/DAAD/ G-114/99, dated 28.6.99, 1999-2002, Completed.
    4. Biofacies, Palaeoecology, and palaeogeography of the Jurassic of the Kachchh, basin, western India, with Professor Franz T. Fursich (Germany), DST-DAAD Joint Research project based personnel Exchange program. Project no. INT/ FRG/DAAD/ G-114/99, dated 28.6.99, 1999-2002, Completed.
    5. Sedimentology, Correlation and Palaeoecology of Umia Formation of Western Kachchh Basin, India, UGC, New Delhi. Project no.F.5-20/2001 (SR-I), dated 13 April. 2001, 2001-2004, Completed.
    6. Depositional environment and sequence stratigraphy of Bajocian-Callovian sediments of Jaisalmer Basin, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, DST New Delhi, Project no. SR/S4/ES-41/2003, 2004- 2006, Completed.
    7. Marine and non-marine Jurassic: global correlation and major geological events, IGCP project 506, 2005 – 2009, Completed, worked as Indian Coordinator.
    8. Palaeoenvironmental, palaeogeographic, and palaeoclimatic signals of a condensed horizon: The Upper Callovian-Oxfordian Dhosa Oolite of the Kachchh Basin, western India, Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft project (DFG) German Research Foundation, May 2008-2014, Completed
    9. Depositional Environment and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Marwar Supergroup, west-central Rajasthan. DST New Delhi, November 2010-2014, Completed.
    10. Integrated nannofossil - ammonite biostratigraphy of Wagad Island, Kachchh Basin: palaeoenvironmental and palaeobiogeographic implications, DST New Delhi, Co-investigator in collaboration with BSIP (2011-2014), Completed.
    11. French Project on Palaeogeography Map, Darius Program, Paris, Since June 2010, Completed.
    12. Integrated stratigraphy and facies analysis of the Upper Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) Strata of the Kachchh Basin, DST New Delhi, Since December 2014, Completed.
    13. Ecosystem evolution on the Indian continental shelf in the Jurassic: a multidisciplinary approach (an international collaborative project funded by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation), Approved for three years. Grant Euro 55000 (Fieldwork in Himalaya, visit to Germany and a microscope), Started from 01/08/2108 for three years. In all 6 geoscientists are involved (India 3+ Germany 3), Working.
    14. Exploration of vertebrate fossils and non-marine Jurassic intervals from the Jaisalmer Basin, western Rajasthan (funded by Manipal Academy of Higher Education), Manipal Academy of Higher Education approved for one year, since 1st Sept. 2017-March 2019, completed.15. Coral Reef ecosystem around Lakshadweep, Arabian Sea, western India, 36 IGC. Grant for Fieldwork, Budget: 4 Lacks, Completed.
    15. Coral Reef ecosystem around Lakshadweep, Arabian Sea, western India, 36 IGC. Grant for Fieldwork, Budget: 4 Lacks, Completed.
    16. Stratigraphic Architecture and Palaeoenvironments in the Kachchh Rift Basin during the Jurassic, 36 IGC. Grant for Fieldwork, Budget: 3 Lacks, Completed.
    17. Integrated stratigraphy and ammonite zonation of the Jurassic Strata of the Kachchh Basin, required grant Rs. 1,52,19,056/-) under preparation.