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Figure 4.1 Tasmanian Export Volume and Australian Export Unit Price of Broadleaved Woodchips

Figure 4.2 Estimated forestry sector employment by region: 1996–2011

Figure 4.3 Average employment risk by LGA from a decline in forestry

Figure 5.1 Correlation between the ABS and revised definitions of the tourism sector

Figure 6.1 Population distribution by age for Tasmania and regions, 2006

Figure 6.2 Australian population distribution by age, 2006

Figure 6.3 Tasmanian population distribution by age for 1996, 2001 and 2006

Figure 6.4 Tasmanian population distribution by age for target LGAs, 2006

Figure 6.5 Population distribution by age for Hobart and Launceston, 2006

Figure 6.6 Population components by year, Tasmania: June 1981 to June 2011

Figure 6.7 Net Interstate Migration by age group, Tasmania: 1996/97 to 2010/11

Figure 6.8 Observed and Projected Population of Tasmania

Figure 6.9 Population Age Structure, Tasmania, 2011—Actual, 2016 and 2012

Figure 6.10 Population Age Structure by Regions of Tasmania, 2010

Figure 6.11 Labour Force Participation Rates (LFPR) and Unemployment Rates–Tasmania

Figure 6.12 Labour Force Participation Rates—Australia and Tasmania: 1978 to February 2012

Figure 6.13 Labour Force Participation Rates by sex—Tasmania: 1978 to February 2012

Figure 6.14 Labour Force Participation Rates—Southern Tasmania: 2007 to February 2012

Figure 6.15 Labour Force Participation Rates—Northern Tasmania: 2007 to February 2012

Figure 6.16 Labour Force Participation Rates—Mersey-Lyell: 2007 to February 2012

Figure 6.17 Percent Labour Force Engagement for Men by Age—Tasmania: Feb 2012

Figure 6.18 Percent Labour Force Engagement for Women by Age—Tasmania: Feb 2012

Figure 6.19 Underemployment (employed but willing to work longer hours) by gender—Tasmania:1978–2011

Figure 6.20 Labour Force Underutilisation (underemployed and unemployed) by gender—Tasmania: 1978–2011

Figure 6.21 Proportion of Population with Formal Qualifications: May 2011

Figure 6.22 Level of Educational Attainment for persons aged 15—64 by gender, Tasmania: May 2011

Figure 6.23 Population Age Structure—Bachelor Degree or Higher, Tasmania: 2006

Figure 6.24 Average annual wages, 2008/09

Figure 6.25 Share of “Government” in Tasmania's GSP and Australia's GDP

Figure 6.26 Share of the state government employment (both part time and full time) in the labour force and population by states for Australia and the US

Figure 7.1 Minimum lot sizes for rural zones

Figure 7.2 Highways in Tasmania

Figure 7.3 Proportion of population that accessed the internet in the previous 12 months

Figure 7.4 NBN Roll out map for 2012

Figure 7.5 Businesses with more than five FTE for each region, 2010

Figure 7.6 Businesses with more than five FTE for each target LGA, 2010

Figure 7.7 Average FTE per business for business with five or more FTE, 2010

Figure 7.8 Average annual rainfall for Tasmania

Figure 7.9 Average annual evaporation for Tasmania

Figure 7.10 Irrigation development schemes

Figure 7.11 Annual mean, maximum and minimum temperatures for Tasmania

Figure 7.12 Annual potential frost days for Tasmania

Figure 7.13 Potential frost days for October

Figure 7.14 Proportion of different land uses in Tasmania

Figure 8.1 Distribution of land parcels coded Production Forestry across Tasmania

Figure 8.2 30-Year View of High Quality Eucalypt Sawlog Supply from Forestry Tasmania

Figure 8.3 Distribution of land parcels coded Plantation Forestry across Tasmania

Figure 8.4 Hardwood sawn timber production and consumption

Figure 8.5 Domestic price index for selected hardwood structural products

Figure 8.6 Australian Production and Consumption of Wood Products

Figure 8.7 Tasmanian Timber (Sawnwood) Production, Export and Export Value

Figure 8.8 Australian Exports of Wood Products to Selected Regions (2006/07–2010/11 Average)

Figure 8.9 Australian and Tasmanian share of world wood chip and particles exports

Figure 8.10 Total woodchips exported from Australia to selected countries

Figure 8.11 Tasmanian Export Volume and Australian Export Unit Price (AUD) of Hardwood Woodchips

Figure 8.12 Volume and source of hardwood log imports by China

Figure 8.13 Tasmanian Roundwood Export Volume and Value

Figure 8.14 Figurative description of quarter-sawing and back-sawing strategies

Figure 8.15 Wood panel production worldwide

Figure 8.16 ACCUs from Kyoto and non-Kyoto Activities and Trade Markets

Figure 9.1 Electricity transmitted by source of generation from 2005/06 through to 2010/11

Figure 9.2 Total Tasmanian Winter Demand Forecast

Figure 9.3 Projected capacity excess

Figure 9.4 Average Basslink flows from Sunday to Saturday over a typical summer and winter week

Figure 9.5 Energy Technology Costs (2015)

Figure 9.6 Estimated Energy Technology Costs (2030)

Figure 9.7 Government Renewable Energy RD&D Budgets (Million USD prices and PPP), OECD, 2010

Figure 9.8 Australian Government 2010 Renewable Energy RD&D Budget (Million USD prices and PPP)

Figure 10.1 Fodder Costs by Region, Australia

Figure 10.2 Milk Production Costs per Kilogram of Solids

Figure 10.3 Production of whole milk in Tasmania

Figure 10.4 Number of dairy cows in Tasmania

Figure 10.5 Distribution of land parcels coded dairy across Tasmania

Figure 10.6 Dairy entity clusters

Figure 10.7 Exchange rates with some of Australia's trading partners as units of foreign currency per Australian dollar

Figure 10.8 Global per capita production and consumption annual growth rates of dairy products till 2020

Figure 10.9 Australian, New Zealand and global projected annual production growth rates of dairy products from 2011–20

Figure 10.10 Dairy products world prices (USD/t)

Figure 10.11 World butter prices in nominal and real terms (2005 USD)

Figure 10.12 World SMP prices in nominal and real terms (2005 USD)

Figure 10.13 World WMP prices in nominal and real terms (2005 USD)

Figure 10.14 World cheese prices in nominal and real terms (2005 USD)

Figure 10.15 Global production of dairy products (million tonnes)

Figure 10.16 Top 10 producers of whole milk powder, average 2008–10, Kt

Figure 10.17 Top 10 producers of butter, average 2008–10, Kt

Figure 10.18 Top 10 producers of skim milk powder, average 2008–10, Kt

Figure 10.19 Top 10 producers of cheese, average 2008–10, Kt

Figure 10.20 Production, consumption and world price (nominal) of butter

Figure 10.21 Butter exporters (Kt)

Figure 10.22 Butter importers (Kt)

Figure 10.23 Production, consumption and world price (nominal) of cheese

Figure 10.24 Cheese exporters (Kt)

Figure 10.25 Cheese importers (Kt)

Figure 10.26 Production, consumption and world price (nominal) of skim milk powder

Figure 10.27 SMP exporters (Kt)

Figure 10.28 SMP importers (Kt)

Figure 10.29 Production, consumption and world price (nominal) of whole milk powder

Figure 10.30 Exporters of WMP (Kt)

Figure 10.31 Importers of WMP (Kt)

Figure 11.1 Wine entity clusters (indicative)

Figure 11.2 A colour coded summer temperature map of Tasmania, which shows for each location in the state which other country has the most similar temperatures. Most of Tasmania is like New Zealand (coloured green) from a summer temperature viewpoint.

Figure 11.3 Maps of Tasmania overlaid on New Zealand, correct for size and latitude, with the same projection. Launceston (41° 26' downtown) “sits” on Blenheim (41° 30' downtown) in Marlborough

Figure 11.4 A comparison of vineyard area for mainland Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania plotted against the heat index Mean January Temperature °C

Figure 11.5 A comparison of the vineyard area in New Zealand and Tasmania classified by Mean January Temperature

Figure 11.6 Annual rainfall in Tasmania. The shaded grey area is deemed unsuitable for viticulture because of too high rainfall and or low temperatures.

Figure 11.7 Growing Degree Days in Tasmania. The shaded grey area is deemed unsuitable for viticulture because of too high rainfall and or low temperatures.

Figure 11.8 Frost severity for viticulture in Tasmania for October, estimated as days per month less than 0°C. The shaded grey area is deemed unsuitable for viticulture because of too high rainfall and or low temperatures

Figure 11.9 Map of Tasmania showing regions for which soil surveys are available in the CSIRO series 1940–1967, see the text for details

Figure 11.10 A geological map of Tasmania with vineyard regions overlaid

Figure 11.11 The location and names of proposed irrigation schemes, Tasmania

Figure 11.12 Wine regions as at February 2012

Figure 11.13 A map of the vineyard areas of Tasmania, as of March 2012

Figure 11.14 The development of the Tasmanian wine sector, by bearing area and production, from 1986, and 1994 to 2011

Figure 11.15 The development of bearing vineyard area for Marlborough. The arrows mark beginning and end of growth stages discussed in the text

Figure 11.16 Increase in bearing area, Margaret River 1993 to 2008

Figure 11.17 The relationship between increase in bearing area, 2001 to 2008, and 2001 bearing area for 45 Australian GI's of 5,000 hectares or less in 2001

Figure 11.18 The relationship between increase in bearing area, 2001 to 2008, and 2001 for 6 classes of 2001 bearing area, and Tasmania

Figure 11.19 Number of Pinot Noir by the bottle listings and average price per region

Figure 11.20 A comparison of Australian and New Zealand wine exports to the UK, by volume, taken from Smart (2011b)

Figure 11.21 Cider imports to Australia ($US)

Figure 11.22 UK cider exports to Australia (£)

Figure 11.23 Australian exports of cider to the world ($US)

Figure 11.24 Japan's imports of cider from Australia, France and the UK ($US)

Figure 11.25 Hong Kong's imports of cider from Australia, France and the UK ($US)

Figure 11.26 Value per litre of Japan's imports of cider from Australia, France and the UK (USD)

Figure 12.1 Distribution of land parcels coded Irrigated Perennial Horticulture across Tasmania

Figure 12.2 Net exports and exchange rate

Figure 12.3 New Zealand and Chile growth rates, 2000 to 2010/11 (as stated)

Figure 12.4 Key walnut (with shell) importers and exporters (tonnes)

Figure 12.5 World production of chestnuts, hazelnuts and walnuts (tonnes)

Figure 12.6 Prices of Chestnuts, hazelnuts and walnuts over time

Figure 12.7 Producer prices for chestnuts, hazelnuts and walnuts over time ($US/Ha)

Figure 12.8 Netherlands cut flower production, 2001 to 2010

Figure 13.1 Aquaculture production in Tasmania

Figure 13.2 Aquaculture entity clusters

Figure 13.3 Gross value of aquaculture fisheries production—Australia (excluding Tasmania) and Tasmania ($'000)

Figure 13.4 Aquaculture as a component of total fisheries production in Tasmania (tonnes)

Figure 13.5 Salmonid aquaculture production in Tasmania (tonnes)

Figure 13.6 Oyster, mussel and abalone aquaculture production in Tasmania (tonnes)

Figure 13.7 Broad regulatory framework for aquaculture

Figure 13.8 Global aquaculture and wild catch, fish only (tonnes)

Figure 13.9 Percentage change in global aquaculture production

Figure 13.10 Top aquaculture producers excluding China ranked by 2009 production (tonnes)

Figure 13.11 China's aquaculture production

Figure 13.12 Global production of Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout from aquaculture (tonnes)

Figure 13.13 Global production quantity and value of Atlantic salmon from aquaculture

Figure 13.14 Tasmania's production quantity and value of salmonids from aquaculture

Figure 13.15 Global production quantity and value of rainbow trout from aquaculture

Figure 13.16 Top aquaculture producers of Atlantic salmon (tonnes)

Figure 13.17 Top aquaculture producers of rainbow trout and Australia (tonnes)

Figure 13.18 Global production quantity and value of abalone from aquaculture

Figure 13.19 Tasmania's production quantity and value of abalone from aquaculture

Figure 13.20 Aquaculture producers of abalone

Figure 13.21 Freshwater fish global supply and per capita food supply

Figure 13.22 Peso USD exchange rate

Figure 14.1 Share of tourism employment by ANZSIC industry division for Tasmania and Australia, direct contribution, 2007/08

Figure 14.2 Percent of accommodation firms and all firms in Tasmania with 5 or more employees providing selected online services in 2010

Figure 14.3 Visitors to Tasmania

Figure 14.4 Cruise ship total visitor numbers to Tasmania

Figure 14.5 International visitors and corresponding visitor nights for Tasmania

Figure 14.6 Average Expenditure per Visitor in Tasmania by Purpose of Travel: 2008 to 2011

Figure 14.7 Origin of Interstate Visitors to Tasmania

Figure 14.8 Interstate Visitors to Tasmania by origin over time

Figure 14.9 Interstate Visitors to Tasmania by origin over time

Figure 14.10 Average Length of Stay (Nights) in Tasmania by Interstate Visitors by Origin (Jan 2011–Dec 2011)

Figure 14.11 International visitors by source region or country

Figure 14.12 International visitor nights by country of residence (Year ended 31 December 2011) 492

Figure 14.13 Average International visitor nights in Tasmania per person (Year ended 31 December 2011)

Figure 14.14 Average length of stay (nights) by international visitors to Tasmania

Figure 14.15 Reasons for interstate visitors to Tasmania

Figure 14.16 International visitors to Tasmania by main purpose of journey, including backpackers (Year ended 31 December 2011)

Figure 14.17 Main reason for coming to Tasmania (sum of international visitors) over time

Figure 14.18 Average Length of Stay in Tasmania by Purpose of Travel (Jan 2011–Dec 2011)

Figure 14.19 Average Length of Stay in Tasmania by Purpose of Travel over time

Figure 14.20 Age of visitors to Tasmania

Figure 14.21 Number of international visitors by age class

Figure 14.22 International visitor nights and the United Stated Dollar/Australian dollar exchange rate

Figure 14.23 International visitor nights and the Euro/Australian dollar exchange rate

Figure 14.24 International visitors and the United Stated Dollar/Australian dollar exchange rate

Figure 14.25 International visitors and the Euro/Australian dollar exchange rate

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