At stake is California's highly-valued ocean economy-worth $43 billion and contributing more than 474,000 jobs to the state, according to a 2010 study by the National Ocean Economics Program.
What does NOEP stand for?
NOEP stands for National Ocean Economics Program (est. 1999)
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Using data from the BLS Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, the National Ocean Economics Program has developed a data series that allows the economic damage to coastal regions to be seen in a new light: what happens to the economic value derived from the ocean when the ocean turns from resource and respite to a massive engine of destruction?
economy in 2000, measured by gross domestic product, according to Charles Colgan, a University of Southern Maine economist who, with his colleagues, is conducting the ongoing National Ocean Economics Program, the first comprehensive study of economic and social changes along U.