pirates of the caribbean

Since the colonization of the Caribbean, a hybrid culture has emerged from both the already existing cultures and the colonial powers. This overlap is particularly evident in the 
language, Creole, which differs from island to island. What significance do national borders still have in such a conglomerate of cultures? What cultural identity does the mass of water surrounding the islands, which are divided by clear borders, carry? 

Various GIS data were evaluated in a map section of the Caribbean, the visualization of which is intended to illustrate the complexity of the history of this region.

investigation of historical maps
calculating the volume of seawater that belongs to each territorry as a way to understand territorry on a 3-dimensional level.