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Title: ENOW 2015: Ocean Economy State Statistics

Entity Information

Active Version?: Yes
Description:

State statistics describing the four economic indicators (establishments, employment, wages, GDP) by the six ocean sectors and a total of all sectors.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management

Data Attributes

Attribute Summary

Rubric Score Primary Key? Name Type Description
100
Employment n/a Number of people employed by business establishments, including part-time and seasonal workers; this figure does not include self-employed workers.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
GeoName n/a The name of the U.S. state or geographic area.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
GEOID n/a The unique Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Code (2-digit state) linking attributes in this table to polygons in the CoastalStates feature class.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
Establishments n/a Number of business establishments. Note: individual places of business are counted; a single firm may have multiple places of business.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
GDP n/a Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, represents the value of goods and services produced based on estimates of GDP produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, called Gross State Product, or GSP.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
OceanSector n/a Name of the ocean sector or a total of all sectors.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
OceanSectorID n/a Identification number for ocean sector.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
PercentEmploymentBySector n/a Describes sector employment shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy employment.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
PercentGDPBySector n/a Describes sector GDP shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy GDP.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
Wages n/a Annual wages paid to employees.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
Year n/a Year of data used.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)
100
OBJECTID n/a Internal feature number.; Source: Esri

Attribute Details

Employment

CC ID: 1115214
Seq. Order: 1
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Number of people employed by business establishments, including part-time and seasonal workers; this figure does not include self-employed workers.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Number of people employed by business establishments, including part-time and seasonal workers; this figure does not include self-employed workers.

GeoName

CC ID: 1115218
Seq. Order: 2
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

The name of the U.S. state or geographic area.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: The name of the U.S. state or geographic area.

GEOID

CC ID: 1115217
Seq. Order: 3
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

The unique Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Code (2-digit state) linking attributes in this table to polygons in the CoastalStates feature class.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: The unique Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Code (2-digit state) linking attributes in this table to polygons in the CoastalStates feature class.

Establishments

CC ID: 1115215
Seq. Order: 4
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Number of business establishments. Note: individual places of business are counted; a single firm may have multiple places of business.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Number of business establishments. Note: individual places of business are counted; a single firm may have multiple places of business.

GDP

CC ID: 1115216
Seq. Order: 5
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, represents the value of goods and services produced based on estimates of GDP produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, called Gross State Product, or GSP.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, represents the value of goods and services produced based on estimates of GDP produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, called Gross State Product, or GSP.

OceanSector

CC ID: 1115220
Seq. Order: 6
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Name of the ocean sector or a total of all sectors.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: All Ocean Sectors: Sum total of all ocean sectors for the state.; Living Resources: The living resources sector includes commercial fishing, aquaculture, and seafood processing and markets.; Marine Construction: The marine construction sector accounts for the heavy construction activities associated with dredging of navigation channels, beach renourishment, and dock building. Although it would seem logical to include activities associated with the construction of oil and gas pipelines that directly support offshore oil and gas production, the underlying data are almost always suppressed because of the small number of businesses in any one area. In many cases, protecting the confidentiality of these businesses requires the suppression of the entire sector, including information for activities that could otherwise be reported. For this reason, these activities are not included in ENOW’s data on the Ocean Economy. The effect of this omission is most prominent in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska.; Marine Transportation: This sector includes businesses engaged in the traffic of deep-sea freight, marine passenger services, pipeline transportation, marine transportation services, warehousing, and the manufacture of navigation equipment. It accounted for 14.3 percent of the employment and 20.6 percent of the gross domestic product in the U.S. ocean and Great Lakes economy. While the sector represents a smaller percentage of the Ocean Economy than tourism and recreation or offshore mineral extraction, it is an integral component of the Ocean Economy, paying one of the highest average wages per employee.; OffShore Mineral Extraction: Offshore mineral extraction includes oil and gas exploration and production, as well as limestone, sand, and gravel mining in the coastal and marine environment. The largest component of this sector is oil and gas production, which is concentrated in the Gulf of Mexico region.; Ship and Boat Building: This sector includes the construction, maintenance, and repair of ships, recreational boats, commercial fishing vessels, ferries, and other marine vessels. An important attribute of this sector is the concentration of large shipyards in a few locations around the country. However, boat building and repair activity is spread more evenly around the country, with concentrations in areas with high levels of commercial fishing and recreational boating.; Tourism and Recreation: The tourism and recreation sector has more business establishments and employs more people than all the other five sectors combined, but only accounts for about a third of the Ocean Economy’s gross domestic product. This sector includes a wide range of businesses that attract or support ocean-based tourism and recreation: eating and drinking places, hotels and lodging, scenic water tours, aquariums, parks, marinas, boat dealers, recreational vehicle parks and campsites, and associated sporting goods manufacturing.;

OceanSectorID

CC ID: 1115221
Seq. Order: 7
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Identification number for ocean sector.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: 1: Marine Construction; 2: Living Resources; 3: OffShore Mineral Extraction; 4: Ship and Boat Building; 5: Tourism and Recreation; 6: Marine Transportation; 9: All Ocean Sectors;

PercentEmploymentBySector

CC ID: 1115222
Seq. Order: 8
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Describes sector employment shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy employment.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Describes sector employment shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy employment.

PercentGDPBySector

CC ID: 1115223
Seq. Order: 9
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Describes sector GDP shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy GDP.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Describes sector GDP shown as a percent of the total state Ocean Economy GDP.

Wages

CC ID: 1115224
Seq. Order: 10
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Annual wages paid to employees.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Annual wages paid to employees.

Year

CC ID: 1115225
Seq. Order: 11
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Year of data used.; Source: NOAA Office for Coastal Management, Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW)

Allowed Values: Year of data used.

OBJECTID

CC ID: 1115219
Seq. Order: 12
Data Storage Type: n/a
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Internal feature number.; Source: Esri

Allowed Values: Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

Catalog Details

Catalog Item ID: 66134
GUID: gov.noaa.nmfs.inport:66134
Metadata Record Created By: Brianna Key
Metadata Record Created: 2021-12-22 03:22+0000
Metadata Record Last Modified By: SysAdmin InPortAdmin
Metadata Record Last Modified: 2022-08-09 17:11+0000
Metadata Record Published: 2021-12-22
Owner Org: OCM
Metadata Publication Status: Published Externally
Do Not Publish?: N
Metadata Last Review Date: 2021-12-22
Metadata Review Frequency: 1 Year
Metadata Next Review Date: 2022-12-22