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Footnotes to the ARL Academic Health Sciences Library Statistics 2006–2007
Footnotes may also include errata and corrections to data not previously reported from prior years. Numbers in
parentheses refer to columns in Library Data Tables and to Questionnaire numbers. Unless otherwise noted, all
figures are as of 06/30/2007.
Question
Number
Footnote
ALABAMA
All figures are as of 09/30/2007.
15d Includes memberships.    
19 Includes bibliographic utilities and literature searching.
ARIZONA
Includes the Arizona Health Sciences Library Phoenix.
4-4a.i Includes titles AHSL purchases directly, titles purchased along with the main library through packages, and other titles
identified as relevant to our users from a number of resources. An unknown percentage of these titles will duplicate what
the main library reports.
4b–4b.ii AAHSL does not track free vs. purchased titles.    
8 Free databases were eliminated from catalog, resulting in a smaller number for 2006‑2007.    
21 Includes Elsevier and LWW backfiles.    
23a Amigos (OCLC) membership, Lockss participation.
23b We do not have access to the full cost of products we share with the University of Arizona main campus library. AHSL
contributed costs are reflected in (22).
27 Includes ref/info desk, loan desk, copy technology services counter, Phoenix ref/info desk.
36-42 Institutional‑level data reported in ARL Statistics.
BOSTON
Includes the Alumni Medical Library.
CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
Includes the Carlson Health Sciences Library and the Blaisdell Medical Library.
2 Increase in volumes purchased is not statistically significant, given low total number.
6, 12 No-longer-useful units withdrawn.
13 Decrease in units is not statistically significant given low total number.
15a Increase in expenditures attributable to inflation and increased curricular and research needs.
17b Decrease in expenditures due to greater than expected staff turnover and reorganization.
17c Increase in expenditures due to project work, minimum wage increase and to cover routine duties as a consequence of
(17.b).
26 Larger than expected support staff turnover and reorganization.
26a Normal turnover.
26b Larger than expected staff turnover and reorganization.
26c Increased project work and to cover routine duties as a consequence of (26.b).
33 Increase attributable to higher than expected use of print collections.
34 Reduced number attributable to greater availability of material in electronic form and lending load leveling among UC
campuses.
35 Reduced number attributable to greater availability of material in electronic form.
36-42 Institutional‑level data reported in ARL Statistics.
CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 325,775.    
36 Data unavailable as of January 30.
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
4a.i Unable to breakout just Health Sciences electronic resources.
CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
Includes the Biomedical Library, and the Medical Center Library.
Excluded: the Arts Libraries, the Center for Library & Computing Services, the International Relations & Pacific Studies
Library, the Mandeville Special Collections Library, the Science & Engineering Library, the Scripps Institution of
Oceanography Library and the Social Sciences and Humanities Library.    
E‑books are all reported on the General Survey, including those that would be considered for the Health Sciences.
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