Making up close to three-quarters of the Earth’s surface, our oceans give life to our blue planet. Not only do they sustain every aspect of existence, but their waters also influence our climates. Furthermore, they form an essential component of global trade as well.
But despite the importance of our seas, we still have so much to learn about the deep. In fact, it’s believed that in excess of 80 percent of this sprawling sub-aquatic world has yet to be investigated by humans. This is why the Deep Search project was launched. Its aim is to discover once and for all what lies at the bottom of some of the world’s deepest waters.