The Spatial Trends in Coastal Socioeconomics (STICS) recompiles socioeconomic data to estimate demographic and economic attributes for a variety of important coastal management jurisdictions, like watersheds, floodplains, coastal counties, and place-based coastal management programs:
Currently available datasets:
- Demographics Trends (1970-2011) from the U.S. Census Bureau
- Economic Trends (1990-2011) from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
- Demographic Projections (1970-2040) from Woods and Poole Economics, Inc.
- Critical Facilities (2012) from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
NOTE: STICS has moved! This STICS website will be taken down soon and the Quick Report Tool has already been removed. The rest of the information on this site is now hosted directly by the NOAA Coastal Services Center. Please visit the new STICS webpage at http://csc.noaa.gov/digitalcoast/data/stics. For more information, contact Jeff Adkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s New to STICS?
- The "Coast" is Complicated: A Model to Consistently Describe the Nation's Coastal Population associated peer-reviewed journal article.
- NOAA's Coastal Assessment Framework (CAF)
- Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Personal Income and Earnings (2001-2011) and Full and Part Time Employment (2001-2011) data estimates for STICS jurisdictions (download section).
- Latest (2013) Woods and Poole (1970-2040) demographic trends and projection estimates (download section)..
- Demographic Trends 1970-2011 data estimates for STICS jurisdictions (download section)..
- Several sources of demographic and economic data estimates for NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries (NMS) Counties study area (download section)..
- American Community Survey (ACS) 2007-2011 data estimates for STICS jurisdictions (download section)
- Total Economy 2011 estimates for STICS jurisdictions derived from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) county level data (download section)..
- FEMA HAZUS-MH 2.0 Critical Facilities (download section).
- Several sources of demographic and economic data estimates for Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) State boundaries (download section)..