NACO: Punctuation, Spacing, Abbreviations of Data Cited
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Punctuation, spacing, abbreviations of data cited

The imprint date (or edition statement in the case of some reference sources) is followed by a colon, when a location in the source is specified in subfield b.

Do not use brackets around numbers for unnumbered pages, volumes, etc.
Information after a location is cited within parentheses.

Use a single space and no punctuation to separate the various locations and data. Give citations of potential elements of the heading in full, but abbreviate other information liberally whenever the context makes the meaning clear.

    100 10 Phillips, P. Jonathan
    670 Looking at America's canyons, c1983:‡bt.p. (P. Jonathan Phillips) cover p. 4 (Geology Dept. Chair, Univ. of British Columbia)