List of tables


Table 1.1 Estimates of direct and indirect jobs

Table 1.2 Multipliers for key sectors and subsectors

Table 2.1 Employment Numbers by Region—Tasmania: November 2011

Table 2.2 Industry Groupings—Tasmania and Regions (%)

Table 2.3 Definition of the three main regions in Tasmania

Table 4.1 Economic indicators for the Tasmanian forestry sector: 2006/07 to 2009/10 (all dollar values in million AUD)

Table 4.2 Forest industry employment estimates by region: 1996 to 2011

Table 4.3 Distribution of Industry of employment since leaving the forest sector (number of reported jobs by sector)

Table 4.4 Communities most affected by past, current and future conditions in the forestry sector

Table 5.1 Definition of sectors of interest for economic diversification

Table 5.2 Indicators to identify priority sectors

Table 5.3 Indicators to identify high leverage sectors

Table 5.4 Indicators to identify high innovative capability sectors: 2010 Tasmanian Innovation Census results

Table 5.5 Economic potential of sector characteristics based on their attributes

Table 5.6 Composite indices of sector performance on priority, high leverage and innovative capability indicators

Table 5.7 Sector profiles on priority, high leverage and high innovative capability

Table 5.8 Employment for target sectors only in each region, 2006

Table 5.9 2010 employment shares and export shares by region: for firms with 5+ employees

Table 5.10 Change in sales and exports between 2005/06 and 2009/10 for businesses with five plus employees (TIC panel data, inflation adjusted)

Table 5.11 Investment in innovation by businesses with five plus employees, 2009/10 fiscal year

Table 5.12 Percent of businesses with five plus employees that collaborated on innovation, 2009/10 fiscal year

Table 5.13 Preliminary alternatives for native forestry by region

Table 6.1 Net Migration by Age—Tasmania: 1996/07 to 2010/11

Table 6.2 Dependency Ratio and Labour Market Entry Exit Ratio—Australia and Tasmania

Table 6.3 Reasons for not participating in the labour market by age—Tasmania: Jan 2012

Table 6.4 Labour force indicators for the target LGAs.. 120

Table 6.5 Percent Employment by Industry Group—Target LGAs (per cent), November 2011

Table 6.6 Employment by Occupation—Tasmania and Regions: November 2011

Table 6.7 Level of education for target LGAs

Table 6.8 Level of qualification for target LGAs

Table 6.9 SEIFA indices for target LGAs: Note, the lower the rank or decile, the higher the level of disadvantage, 2006

Table 6.10 Industry of employment, persons dependent on a job in the public sector in Tasmania in 2006

Table 6.11 Total employment and public sector employment in Tasmania and Australia ('000)

Table 6.12 ‘Government dependence’ as percentage of total population

Table 7.1 Regional land use strategies planning principles for agricultural uses

Table 7.2 State and national initiatives for economic development

Table 7.3 Distance and driving times to the closest major hospitals from towns in target LGAs

Table 7.4 Number of GPs and Estimated FTE GPs per 100,000 Population by LGA, 2010 164

Table 7.5 Class ranges for combined, senior secondary schools, and secondary schools offering post year 10 opportunities in target LGAs

Table 7.6 Tasmanian soil types and fertility

Table 7.7 Occurrence of soil orders in Tasmania by NRM region

Table 7.8 Proportion of area of soil orders within major land use categories in Tasmania

Table 7.9 Land use for different land classes from Grose (eds) 1999

Table 7.10 Land use for target LGAs

Table 8.1 Mill intake in cubic metres by log class and by region over 2010/2011

Table 8.2 Estimate of wood products produced in Tasmania over 2010/11

Table 8.3 2009 Total Plantation Area by Tree Ownership Class

Table 8.4 Local Government Area, Statistical Subdivision and State Plantation Extent

Table 8.5 New Plantations Established in Tasmania from 2002 to 2010

Table 8.6 Establishment and management costs of eucalypts and radiata pine

Table 8.7 Forestry processing sites operating in Tasmania by employment size class

Table 8.8 Tasmanian sawmills by processing type as of February 2012

Table 8.9 Last significant upgrade of sawmills

Table 8.10 Volume of Australian Wood Product Exports (SW = sawnwood): Excludes woodchips

Table 8.11 Tasmanian Share of Wooden Furniture and Prefabricated Building Exports

Table 8.12 Australian Export Product Unit Values (Quarterly average, September 2006 to June 2011)

Table 8.13 Area of private forested land with plantation potential, 2004–05

Table 8.14 Recovery rates from Tasmanian sawmills

Table 8.15 Average recovery rates of broadleaf sawmills across Australia by input volume

Table 8.16 Average recovery rates of broadleaf sawmills by State

Table 8.17 Asia and the Pacific sawmill recovery rates

Table 8.18 Total recovery and recoveries from combined select and standard grade

Table 8.19 Board traits for logs processed by back-sawing and quarter-sawing

Table 8.20 Western United States sawmill recovery rates

Table 8.21 Estimated carbon and timber value of plantations

Table 8.22 Workers required to establish and manage plantings on marginal land

Table 8.23 Costs and Returns of Biochar Production ($US/ ton of biochar)

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

Table 9.2 Tasmanian energy delivery by customer type

Table 9.3 Maximum electricity demand from 2005/06 through to 2010/11 (in megawatts)

Table 9.4 Employment and Production in the Tasmanian Renewable Energy Sector

Table 9.5 Existing Generation Capacity

Table 9.6 Second Basslink—summary of issues

Table 9.7 Long Run Marginal Cost of electricity generation technologies under CPRS-5

Table 9.8 2011 Utility / Industrial Scale Renewable Energy Project Pipeline

Table 9.9 2011 Distributed/Embedded Power Generation, R&D/Demonstration and Smaller Scale Projects

Table 10.1 Dairy Asset and Operating Profit, Tasmania versus New Zealand

Table 10.2 Estimated Dairy Processing Margins: Difference between Input Cost and Final Sales Price

Table 10.3 Snapshot of Tasmanian dairy industry

Table 10.4 Value of Tasmanian dairy product exports

Table 10.5 Processor share of milk and investment in Tasmania

Table 10.6 Market trends summary table

Table 10.7 Butter

Table 10.8 Cheese

Table 10.9 Skim milk powder

Table 10.10 Whole milk powder

Table 11.1 A comparison of Mean January Temperature MJT for some mainland Australia, Tasmanian and New Zealand wine producing regions

Table 11.2 Potential viticultural regions of Tasmania, based on rainfall, temperature and frost analysis

Table 11.3 The irrigation schemes, area irrigated, water volume, rate and central towns

Table 11.4 The 2010 bearing area for Australian GI regions and Tasmania, sorted by size

Table 11.5 The most important regions in Australia producing Pinot Noir grapes, ABS data from Wine

Table 11.6 Australia's imports of apple juice (around 12 Brix, Not Exceeding 20)

Table 11.7 Australia's imports of apple juice concentrate (Brix Value Exceeding 20)

Table 12.1 Value of Australian production, exports and imports of fruit and vege

Tables from 2000/01 to 2010/11 ($ million)

Table 12.2 Share of imports in the gross value of apparent consumption of fruit and vege

Tables, 2000/01 to 2010/11

Table 12.3 Imports share of apparent consumption for fresh and dried produce

Table 12.4 Tasmanian Fruit Snapshot, 2009 to 2011

Table 12.5 Global summary

Table for fruit production and market demand, 2000 to 2010/11

Table 12.6 Competitors and market expansion for counter seasonal fruit production

Table 12.7: New Zealand exports of apple, pear, and quince produce (thousand $NZ, fob)

Table 12.8: New Zealand exports of fruit and nut products (June years ($NZ(000) fob))

Table 12.9 Snapshot of Tasmanian nut industry, 2008 to 2010

Table 12.10 Global nut production growth rates: 2000 to 2010

Table 12.11 Tasmanian vege

Table industry snapshot, 2008–2010

Table 12.12 Tasmanian production of major commodities, 2011

Table 12.13 Summary table of annual growth rates in quantities, 2000–2010 (as stated)

Table 12.14 Tasmanian cut flower snapshot, 2001/02 and 2008/09 (as stated)

Table 13.1 Tasmanian aquaculture snapshot

Table 13.2 Aquaculture summary table

Table 13.3 Average yearly growth of aquaculture (fish only) by decade

Table 14.1 Tasmanian tourism snapshot (most recent available data)

Table 14.2 Age distribution of visitors to Tasmania (Oct 2010–Sept 2011) and for the Northern Territory (2008–2010)

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