From: FDLP Webmaster [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2010 3:23 PM
To: Klockenga, Gary
Subject: LostDocs Submission Form
|Thank you for your submission. Here is a copy of your submission for reporting fugitive documents.|
|Depository Library Number:||0066|
|Fugitive Document Information|
|Publication Title:||Understanding marine debris : games and activities for kids of all ages, marine debris 101|
|Other (please describe):||For sale by GPO: s/n 003-017-00558-5|
|SuDoc Number:||C 55.302:|
|Surrogate Information:||No file was uploaded|
Editor’s Note: This is a very odd case. There are preexisting records in the Catalog of Government Publications for both the electronic and print versions. But the default display for the “electronic” item shows no means of web access. Only when you view the record in MARC format do you see a weblink for http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/marinedebris101/ActivBk_pop.html. There is no PURL.
So, we’re going to count this both as a “false positive” (i.e. GPO cataloged this) AND as an “explanation needed” because we don’t understand why GPO would hide the URL for a record clearly labeled “online resource.” Any ideas?