Very cool - sounds like you've given this quite a bit of thought! I really respect that level of depth and verisimilitude in design work.
If you're interested in publishing the setting so that others might appreciate and even use it themselves, check out http://eruvian.com. The site, while still under development, is designed for world-builders to post settings and pieces of settings (locales, characters, items, spells, deities, vehicles, and so on) for other gamers to rate, review, and use. The component data is all structured, compartmentalized, and searchable to make for a consistent layout and navigation across multiple settings and also so that GMs can go there to find individual components for their own settings.
For example, you can go there and use the search engines to find a half-elf 5th-level rogue/3rd-level assassin, a map of a large town, or a magic amulet that automagically casts cure minor wounds on you if you fall below 0 hit points. The content is limited, and the site won't be promoted until its Beta launch in early July, but the existing features are fully functional and there is a small group of users actively building content every day. Given your attention to detail, any content you'd care to contribute would be most welcome!
As a member of the dev team, I'd love any feedback you might have to offer...you can reach me at email@example.com. Thanks and great map!