Capital Assets (425): Total value, in dollars, of US tangible reproducible capital, excluding all public infrastructure, as defined in the National Asset Accounts
Community Group Participation (40): The average number of hours per week per capita devoted to participation in community organizations
Consumption Expenditures Per Capita (125): Total dollar value of goods and services purchased by consumers per year as defined in the National Income Accounts.
Contaminants in Biota (432): Chemical contaminants in Land, estuarine, & marine biota
Crime Rate (449): Overall crime rate for the United States
Energy Consumption Per Capita (158): Total energy consumption divided by total population organized by type of energy source (coal, oil, gas, nuclear, renewable, etc.).
Family Function (433): Measure of families effectively performing its basic functions. This serves as a placeholder until a better, more specific measure gets defined.
Fish Catch to Growth ratio (428): Total fish landings (including by-catch) divided by the fish population growth rate
Greenhouse Climate Response Index (215): Arithmatic average of 1) percent of U.S. with much above normal minimum temperatures, 2) percent of U.S. with much above normal precipitation during the months of October through April, 3) percent of U.S. in extreme or severe drought during the months of May through September and 4) the percent of the U.S. with a much greater than normal proportion of precipitation derrived from extreme one day precipitation events (exceeding 2 inches).
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (141): emissions of greenhouse gases, which are CO2, CH3, NO2, CFC's, and ozone
Groundwater Contamination (353): Area of land with contaminated ground water
Income Distribution (133): distribution of income per capita arranged to show the percentage of the population at various levels of income
Invasive Exotic Species (23): The total number of invasive species and their distribution in the United States
Investment Percentage of GDP (264): Investment share of Gross Domestic Product (%), including research, technology development, invention, and innovation, as defined in the National Income Accounts. This includes both public and private investment.
Major Land Use, Including Urban (423): The total land area in the United states broken down by major estuarine and land ecosystem. This includes both urban and agricultural land.
Materials Use per Capita (429): Total metric tons of materials in use divided by total population organized by type, including recycled
Outdoor Recreation Services (431): Total number of visitor days per person attributed to outdoor recreation and tourism
Ozone Depleting Substances (329): Production and consumption of ozone depleting substances
People in Clean Air Nonattainment Areas (1): Number of people living in areas that do not meet air quality standards
Population Health (451): A placeholder indicator to measure the status of health in the population
Receipt of Health Care (452): % of population with adequate access to health care as a function of income level
Soil Types (390): Land area organized by soil type
Species In Trouble (444): The total number of species in trouble in the United States.
Teacher Capabilities (437): The average capacity or skill level of individual teachers to instruct students
Test Scores by Economic Group (414): Standardized achievement test scores organized by economic group
Timber Harvest to Growth Ratio (427): Total timber harvest divided by total timber growth rate per year
Total Managed Waste (422): Total mass of waste managed in man-made facilities in the United States organized by type (including nuclear), by site, and by hazard level. This does not include waste already released in the environment or in abandoned, uncontroled sites.
Total Population (442): Total population in the United Statesorganized by geographic area
Toxic Land Area (75): Area and percent of land experiencing an accumulation of persistent toxic substances, including superfund and brown field sites
Water Consumption to Renewal Ratio (447): Total water consumed per year divided by the total water resource growth rate per year
Water Quality Index (446): Index of water quality measuring the appropriate concentrations of selected chemical physical, and sanitary constituents of water at stations
Work Force Skill Level (448): The average level of experience, capability, knowledge, and social skills of the individuals in the work force