New Aspects of Mesozoic Biodiversity includes new insights of tetrapod evolution during Palaeozoic and Mesozoic eras, discovery of new vertebrate fossils including dinosaur from different continents and new information on palaeo-osteohistology and palaeobiogeography of the Indian plate during the end of the Mesozoic.
1. New Perspectives on the Evolution of Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Terrestrial Tetrapods,
2. The origin, early history and diversification of lepidosauromorph reptiles,
3. Rahiolisaurus gujaratensis, n. gen n.sp., a new abelisaurid theropod from the Late Cretaceous of India
4 Pterosauria from the Late Triassic of southern Brazil
5 Bone histology of a kannemeyeriid dicynodont Wadiasaurus: palaeobiological implications
6 Indian Cretaceous Terrestrial Vertebrates: Cosmopolitanism and Endemism in a Geodynamic Plate Tectonic Framework
7 The wandering Indian plate and its changing biogeography during the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary period
"This book, which is a spin-off of a session of an international conference held at the Indian Statistical Institute (Kolkata, India) in early 2008. [...] the chapters are well-organized and contain very detailed reference lists. [...] I can recommend it strongly to specialists in Late Palaeozoic-Mesozoic terrestrial vertebrates. Palaeontologists with wide interests, as well as earth scientists interested in the geology and plate tectonics of Gondwana will also enjoy reading this book."
- Dmitry A. Ruban, Geologos, Vol. 16 (3), September, 2010