Feature – Oil and Water: Mapping the South China Sea

The turmoil in the South China Sea, one of the most strategic and debated bodies of water in the world, presents a unique challenge when it comes to mapping. The interaction of different layers provides interesting, if not clear, correlations. The same question is often asked: who owns the ocean? At least, who owns this part of the ocean? What can we learn from this overlapping and sometimes conflicting data? Continue reading “Feature – Oil and Water: Mapping the South China Sea”

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