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China National Offshore Statistical Yearbook 2008

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 04/2009
ISBN: 9787502773298
Publisher: China Ocean Press
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"Statistical Yearbook of China National Offshore" is a 2008 version fully reflect the People's Republic of China in 2007 the economic development of marine management and marine information services of the Yearbook, the book is bilingual. Second, the scope of the Yearbook of Statistics for the people in the marine and coastal development, management, use of marine resources and space, the development of marine economy of the production and activities, as well as the socio-economic overview of the coastal areas. Geographical range of the coastal areas, coastal cities and coastal areas, and its order in accordance with "Classification of the coastal administrative region code" (HY / T 094-2006) of the order. Third, the information content of the Yearbook, including integrated data, marine economic accounting, the major marine industries. Activities, the main production capacity of the marine industry, sea-related jobs, marine science and technology, marine education, marine environmental protection, marine administration and public services, national and coastal socio-economic, some of the world's oceans, such as economic statistics part 11. Fourth, this year under the "Ocean statistics system" (State Control [2007] 29) and "Ocean's GDP accounting system" (State Control [2006] 21), information comes mainly from the coastal provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Bureau of Statistics, the marine department (bureau), and involved 20 of the Minister, Board, Corporation. V. In addition to the Yearbook of special note, all the value indicators are then price. Yearbook with every part of the main statistical indicators of marine explained that the main statistical indicators of the meaning of the ocean, the scope of statistics and statistical methods are briefly described. Other statistics indicate the following under the table. Table have continued, if the Notes were placed in a table following the final.
Table of Contents
2007 Development of China's marine economy (1)
An integrated information
1-1 Ⅸ coastal and administrative divisions (2007) (23)
1-2 List of administrative divisions along the coast (2007) (24)
1-3 marine physical geography (31)
1-4 area of sea area (31)
1-5 However, the marine natural resources (32)
1-6 area of marine crude oil reserves (2007) (33)
1-7 the basic situation of water resources in coastal areas (2007) (34)
1-8 coastal wetlands (35)
1-9 mangrove area around the type (36)
1-10 The main coastal cities of the basic conditions of climate (2007) (37)
2 Ocean Economic Accounting
2-1 National Oceanic GDP (43)
2-2 constitute a National Oceanic GDP (43)
2-3 of marine and related industries (441
2-4 of marine and related industries constitute a (44)
2-5 major marine industries (2007) (45:
2.6 The added value of marine fisheries (46)
2-7 offshore oil and gas value (46)
Marine mining has added 2-8 (47)
The added value of marine salt, 2-9 (47)
2-10 marine chemical added (48)
2-1 1 output value of marine biological medicine (48)
Ocean Power added 2.12 (49)
Water use of the added value of 2-13 (49)
2.14 The industrial added value of marine vessels (50)
2-15 added value of marine engineering and construction (50)
The added value of marine transportation 2-16 (51)
2-17 seaside tourism value added (51)
2-18 coastal marine GDP (2007) (52)
2-19 constitute a coastal marine GDP (2007) (53)
2-20 coastal marine and related industries (2007) (54)
2-21 coastal marine and related industries constitute a (2007) (55)
3 The main activities of the marine industry
3-1 aquaculture production of marine fish (63)
3-2 aquaculture production of marine capture fisheries in coastal areas (2007) (64)
3-3 coastal marine crude oil production (65)
3-4 plating coastal marine natural gas production (65)
3-5 marine crude oil export volume and foreign exchange sales (66)
3-6 marine crude oil production and exports of crude oil production accounts for the whole country, the proportion of exports (66)
3-7 coastal marine mining production (67)
Sea salt production in coastal areas 3-8 (68)
3-9 coastal and marine chemical products industry (69)
3-10 coastal marine biological production of medical products (2007) (70)
3-11 shipbuilding completion of coastal marine repair capacity (2007) (71)
3-12 coastal and marine cargo traffic volume (2007) (72)
3-13 coastal and marine passenger transport volume (2007) (73)
3-14 coastal passenger and cargo throughput of the port (2007) (74)
3-15 coastal port container traffic to international standards (75)
3-16 coastal port container throughput of international standards (76)
3 1 17 coastal cities in the number of domestic tourism (77)
3-18 coastal city of international tourism foreign exchange earnings (79)
3-19 Tourists in coastal cities to receive the number of immigrants (81)
3-20 Tourists in coastal cities the situation of immigrant reception (2007) (83)
Production capacity of 4 major marine industry
4-1 shallow beach area of the Gulf can be cultured (2007) (91)
4-2 area of coastal aquaculture (2007) (92)
4.3 The case of marine oil producing wells (2007) (93)
4-4 offshore oil exploration situation (2007) (93)
4.5 coastal area and sea salt production capacity (94)
4-6 coastal wind energy generating capacity (2006) (95)
4-7 The distribution of the major tidal power plant (2007) (96:
4-8 The main activities of a ship at sea (2007) (97)
4-9 along with L-scale production berths port (as at the end of 2007) (98)
4-10 The main coastal cities of the basic situation of star-rated hotels (2007) (100)
4-11 units in several coastal areas of travel agencies (2007) (101)
5 related to the sea of employment
5-l Sea coastal area related to the situation of workers (107)
5-2 major employment situation in the marine industry (108)
5-3 major marine industry employed persons age structure (2001) (109)
5-4 major marine industry technologies employed (2001) (110)
5-5 major marine industry employment by education (2001) (111)
6 Marine Science and Technology
6-1 sub-sectors of marine scientific research institutions and personnel (2007) (115)
6-2 sub-sectors of marine scientific research institutions engaged in scientific and technological activities of education constitute a (2007) (116)
6-3 sub-sector scientific and technological activities of marine scientific research institutions personnel (2007) (117)
6-4 sub-sectors of marine scientific research institutions often fee income (2007) (118)
6-5 sub-sector issues of marine science and technology research institutes cases (2007) (119)
6-6 sub-sectors of marine science and technology research institutes situation publications (2007) (120)
6-7 sub-industry science and technology research institutes patent case (2007) (121)
Sub-6_8 marine research institutions and personnel (2007) (122)
6-9 sub-areas of marine scientific research institutions and academic staff constitute a (2007) (123)
6-10 sub-regional marine research institutions situation of professional and technical personnel (2007) (124)
6-11 sub-regional marine research institutions regular fee income (2007) (125)
6-12 sub-regional marine research institutions situation of science and technology issues (2007) (126)
6-13 sub-regional marine research institutions situation of science and technology publications (2007) (127)
6-14 sub-regional marine science and technology research institutes patent case (2007) (128)
7 marine education
7-1 marine professionals across the country the situation Ph.D. (2007) (135)
7-2 National Master of the marine professional situation (2007) (136)
7-3 of the regular higher education national marine professional in this, the situation of specialist students (2007) (137)
7-4 National Adult students in higher education situation in the Ocean (2007) (138)
7-5 National secondary vocational education students the situation of the ocean (2007) (139)
7-6 sub-regional marine professional situation Ph.D. (2007) (140)
7-7 sub-regional marine professional post-graduate Master case (2007) (141)
7-8 regular higher education sub-region of the ocean of professional, specialist case of students (2007) (142)
7-9 sub-areas of adult students in higher education situation in the oceans (2007) (143)
7, a region 10 of secondary vocational education students the situation of the ocean (2007) (144)
7-11 minutes to open ocean areas of the professional staff of several colleges and universities (2007) (145)
8 Marine Environmental Protection
8.1 Sea water quality monitoring results (2007) (149)
8-2 Sea water quality evaluation results (2007) (150)
8.3 Sea marine waste dumping case (2007) (151)
8.4 Sea offshore oil exploration and development situation in huge emissions of pollutants (2007) (152)
8-5 coastal industrial wastewater discharge and treatment of cases (2007) (153)
Coastal city of 8.6 Industrial Wastewater Discharge and Treatment (2007) (154)
8-7 coastal areas of industrial wastewater discharge and treatment of cases (2007) (157)
8.8 in coastal areas of industrial solid waste, processing and comprehensive utilization of the situation (2007) (160)
8-9 coastal cities of industrial solid waste, processing, utilization case (2007) (161)
8-10 coastal areas of industrial solid waste, processing, utilization case (2007) (164)
8-1l coastal pollution situation in the ad hoc (2007) (167)
8.12 pollution control project in coastal cities the situation (2007) (168)
8 1 13 coastal areas the situation of pollution control project (2007) (171)
8.14 coastal areas of marine protected areas, building types (2007) (174)
8 1 15 coastal areas of the construction of the marine nature reserves (2007) (175)
8-16 National Oceanic bovine basic situation of state monitoring of district (2007) (176)
8-17 storm surge disasters in coastal areas (2007) (178)
8-18 red tide disaster in coastal areas (2007) (180)
9 marine administration and public service
9-1 the use of the management of the sea (2007) (185)
9-2 sea-use management (as at the end of 2007) (186)
Management of the Marine Dumping 9-3 (2007) (187)
Marine law enforcement inspection 9-4 (2007) (188)
9-5 seaside coastal distribution of observation stations Overview (2007) (189)
9-6 An Overview of Marine Prediction (2007) (190)
Ocean Pro 9-7 test cases (2007) (192 7
Overview 9-8 oceanographic survey (2007) (192)
9-9 approval of the situation of foreign-related marine scientific research (2007) (193)
9-10 and the utilization of marine archives (2007) (193]
9_1 1 receive the application of satellite remote sensing (2007) (194)
9.12 Standardization of monitoring the management of the oceans (2007) (195)
10 country and coastal socio-economic
10-1 Gross Domestic Product (201)
10-2 GDP growth rate (201)
10-3 coastal GDP (2007) (202)
10.4 GDP growth rate in coastal areas (%) (203)
10.5 GDP in coastal cities (2006) (204)
10-6 coastal zone GDP (2006) (206)
10-7 coastal areas of revenue and expenditure (2007) (211)
The basic situation of the coastal areas of education 10.8 (2007) (212)
10-9 Health and the basic situation of the coastal areas (2007) (213)
10-10 energy consumption indicators in coastal areas (2007) (214)
Water situation in the coastal areas 10-11 (2007) (216)
10.12 fixed-assets investment in coastal areas (2007) (217)
Coastal areas 10-13 minutes according to the location of business units total import and export volume (2007) (218)
10-14 of urban residents in coastal areas throughout the year an average household income and consumption expenditures (2007) (219)
10-15 in coastal areas of rural residents per capita net income of the family and the level of consumption expenditure (2007) (220)
10.16 in coastal areas the situation of human L1 (2007) (221)
10.17 cases of coastal urban population (2006) (222)
10-18 population in the coastal zone (2006) (225)
10 1 19 coastal employment situation (2007) (230)
10.20 employment situation in the coastal cities (2006) (231)
10.21 employment situation in the coastal zone (2006) (233)
11 part of the world's oceans economic statistics
Area of the world's oceans 11.1 (247)
11-2 major coastal countries (regions) the length of coastline (248)
11-3 at home the world's major coastal circle (area) of land and population (2006) (249)
1 1-4 major coastal countries (regions) of gross domestic product (250)
11-5 the world's major coastal countries (regions) constitutes a gross domestic product industries (2006) (251)
11-6 the world's major coastal countries (regions), employment (252)
11-7 major coastal countries (regions) and fisheries value (253)
11-8 major coastal countries (regions) the added value of hotels and restaurants (254)
1 1-9 major coastal countries (regions) transport, storage and communication value-added (255)
11-10 The main coastal countries (regions) the nominal catch of marine fishing (256)
11-11 The main coastal countries (regions) of seaweed farming and other varieties of fishing capacity: the volume of (260)
11-12 The main coastal countries (regions) to the exploitation of oil and gas reserves (2004) (261)
Major coastal storm at home 11-13 (region) of natural gas production (262)
11-14 The main coastal countries (regions) 』Lee 1j energy efficiency (263)
11-15 The main coastal countries (regions) international marine loading and unloading volume of traffic (264)
11-16 the world's major maritime trade volume (2006) (265)
The main coastal home indiscriminately 11-17 (region) the number of international tourism (266)
Joe spit 1 1-18 container volume 20 in the world before the port (2006) (267)
11-19 cargo throughput in the world top 20 ports (2006) (268)
1 1-20 owned merchant marine in the world top 20 countries or regions-bit (2006) (269)
11-2l owned container ship in the world top 20 countries or regions-bit (2006) (270)
China National Offshore Statistical Yearbook 2008
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