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1145. Gross Domestic Product of Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Mining, and Timber-Related Industries in Current and Real (1996) Dollars, by Industry

[In millions of dollars (4,742,462 represents $4,742,462,000,000).. Data are based on the 1987 SIC. Data include nonfactor charges (capital consumption allowances, indirect business taxes, etc.) as well as factor charges against gross product; corporate profits and capital consumption allowances have been shifted from a company to an establishment basis]

 
CURRENT DOLLARS CURRENT DOLLARS CURRENT DOLLARS CHAINED (1996) DOLLARS CHAINED(1996) DOLLARS CHAINED(1996) DOLLARS
Industry 1987 SIC BASIS 1987 SIC BASIS 1987 SIC BASIS 1987 SIC BASIS 1987 SIC BASIS 1987 SIC BASIS
1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
 
     All industries, total.................................. 4,742,462 5,108,325 5,489,061 5,803,246 5,986,208 6,318,934 6,642,328 7,054,315 7,400,534 7,813,170 8,318,376 8,790,186 9,299,158 6,113,259 6,368,359 6,591,815 6,707,919 6,676,432 6,880,043 7,062,637 7,347,739 7,543,772 7,813,170 8,159,462 8,515,650 8,875,757
 
Industries covered................................................ 250,916 264,981 278,354 297,330 274,613 277,175 279,373 298,627 306,749 339,293 343,934 329,290 338,360 310,731 318,900 313,478 321,898 317,346 321,072 321,225 344,078 329,904 339,293 358,428 365,008 369,557
    Percent of all industries..................... 5.29 5.19 5.07 5.12 4.59 4.39 4.21 4.23 4.14 4.34 4.13 3.75 3.64 5.08 5.01 4.76 4.80 4.75 4.67 4.55 4.68 4.37 4.34 4.39 4.29 4.16
 
  Agriculture, forestry, and fishing.................................. 88,900 89,076 102,030 108,253 102,926 111,654 108,345 118,493 109,843 130,444 130,007 127,233 125,441 110,309 101,216 111,370 118,505 121,305 130,686 122,559 135,762 123,138 130,444 143,655 143,980 150,861
    Farms.................................................................................. 65,075 63,801 76,230 79,575 73,200 80,469 73,567 83,567 73,187 92,192 88,262 80,761 74,211 78,781 70,248 79,469 84,155 85,608 95,656 85,778 100,254 85,452 92,192 103,592 100,249 106,258
    Agricultural services.......................................................... 23,825 25,275 25,799 28,678 29,726 31,184 34,778 34,926 36,657 38,252 41,745 46,472 51,230 31,763 31,439 32,073 34,600 35,998 35,380 36,830 36,185 37,597 38,252 40,289 43,186 44,435
  Mining..................................................................................... 92,167 99,182 97,064 111,875 96,700 87,633 88,380 90,224 95,651 113,037 118,919 105,624 111,797 98,537 114,534 102,844 105,839 101,121 95,693 101,084 108,109 112,972 113,037 116,967 126,156 121,875
    Metal mining................................................................... 3,701 5,049 5,200 5,173 5,622 5,615 4,857 5,552 6,539 5,843 5,612 5,066 5,450 3,265 3,741 3,798 4,384 5,597 5,949 5,861 5,660 5,532 5,843 6,263 7,325 8,637
    Coal mining..................................................................... 13,006 12,603 11,983 11,797 11,444 12,011 10,521 11,286 10,733 11,179 10,610 11,313 11,260 6,762 7,214 7,269 7,542 7,632 8,422 8,430 9,643 10,082 11,179 11,182 12,491 13,090
    Oil and gas extraction....................................................... 67,376 73,565 72,056 87,070 72,161 62,291 65,721 64,478 69,260 86,106 91,867 77,427 82,829 81,457 98,475 85,345 87,472 81,357 73,483 79,589 83,777 88,633 86,106 89,109 94,926 89,068
    Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels.................................. 8,084 7,964 7,825 7,836 7,472 7,717 7,281 8,908 9,119 9,909 10,829 11,818 12,258 9,007 8,602 8,245 8,103 7,656 7,919 7,692 9,121 9,090 9,909 10,409 11,464 11,420
  Timber-related manufacturing 69,849 76,723 79,260 77,202 74,987 77,888 82,648 89,910 101,255 95,812 95,008 96,433 101,122 101,885 103,150 99,264 97,554 94,920 94,693 97,582 100,207 93,794 95,812 97,806 94,872 96,821
    Lumber and wood products.................................. 32,096 32,973 33,762 32,175 30,338 32,284 35,714 39,806 42,316 39,922 41,176 41,379 44,147 50,540 49,692 47,371 45,091 41,258 39,530 36,909 38,864 41,588 39,922 39,532 39,534 40,782
    Paper and allied products........................................................ 37,753 43,750 45,498 45,027 44,649 45,604 46,934 50,104 58,939 55,890 53,832 55,054 56,975 51,345 53,458 51,893 52,463 53,662 55,163 60,673 61,343 52,206 55,890 58,274 55,338 56,039
 


X Not applicable.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, National Income and Product Accounts, 1929-97, forthcoming; and Survey of Current Business, December 2000.

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* National income and product accounts

The national income and product accounts (NIPA's) show the value and composition of the Nation's output and the distribution of incomes generated in its production. The accounts include estimates of gross domestic product (GDP)-the market value of the Nation's output of goods and services-in current and real terms, GDP price measures, the goods and services that make up GDP in current and real terms, national income, personal income, and corporate profits. In addition, BEA produces specialized measures such as estimates of auto and truck output, GDP of corporate business, housing output, and business inventories and sales. Estimates of gross product originating by industry are prepared annually in current and real terms. Measures of the inventory and fixed capital stocks consistent with the NIPA output measures are also provided. Further, the accounts provide a consistent framework within which estimates of analytical interest-such as the role of research and development in the U.S. economy or as the interaction of the economy and the environment-can be developed.

The estimates of GDP are prepared each quarter in the following sequence: Advance estimates are released near the end of the first month after the end of the quarter; as more detailed and comprehensive data become available, preliminary and final estimates are released near the end of the second and third months, respectively. Monthly estimates of personal income and outlays are released near the end of the month following the reference month; estimates for the 2 to 4 most recent months are revised at that time. Ordinarily, annual NIPA revisions are carried out each summer and cover the months and quarters of the most recent calendar year and the preceding 2 years. (For example, the July 1994 revision covered 1991, 1992, and 1993.) These revisions are timed to incorporate newly available major annual source data. Comprehensive (benchmark) revisions are carried out at about 5-year intervals, a comprehensive revision was released in January 1996. Current quarterly NIPA estimates appear in a set of 54 "selected" tables each month in the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS. The full set of NIPA tables (138 tables) usually is published at the time of annual revisions and comprehensive revisions. Annual estimates of the fixed capital stock are reported shortly thereafter.

DESCRIPTION: Gross product, or gross product originating (GPO), by industry is the contribution of each industry--including government--to GDP. An industry's GPO is conceptually equal to its gross output (sales or receipts and other operating income, plus inventory change) minus its intermediate inputs (consumption of goods and services purchased from other industries or imported). GPO also is defined as the sum of distributions by industry of the components of gross domestic income. Current-dollar GPO is estimated using the second definition.

Chained (1996) dollar series are calculated as the product of the chain-type quantity index and the 1996 current-dollar series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The "Not allocated by industry" line is the difference between GDP and the statistical discrepancy and the sum of the detailed GPO industries. For current periods, this amount is small. However, it tends to become larger as one moves further from the base period.

Except for fifteen industries, real GPO is estimated by the double-deflation method: Industry real gross output minus industry real intermediate input. Real GPO for the other fifteen industries is estimated either by directly deflating current-dollar GPO with an index of output prices or labor earnings or by extrapolating base-year (1992) GPO with an industry extrapolator series such as the number of employees or the number of hours worked. These industries are water transportation, transportation services, banking ("depository institutions" in the 1987 SIC), credit agencies other than banks ("nondepository institutions" in the 1987 SIC), real estate except nonfarm housing services, holding and other investment offices, business services, social services, membership organizations, miscellaneous professional services ("other services" in the 1987 SIC), government enterprises, Federal and State and local, general government, Federal and State and local, and private households.

For 1959-86, all estimates are shown based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). For 1987, estimates are shown first based on the 1972 SIC and then based on the 1987 SIC. Estimates for 1988-99 are based on the 1987 SIC. Indexes utilitzed are chain-type quantity indexes.

GPO estimation methodology is found in "Gross Product by Industry, 1959-94," "Survey" (August, 1996).

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