A little two-man submarine in Lake Tahoe, California, is searching for jobs under the water.
What’s down there? A nonprofit called the Undersea Voyager Project is getting ready to launch a five-year mission in 2011 to look for ideas on how to restore endangered bodies of water around the world, USA Today reports.
The one problem with water issues is that it’s hard for people to be concerned about what they can’t see.
Only 1 percent of the water column and 3 percent of the ocean floor has been explored on Planet Earth, says the group, led by Scott Cassell.
Project leaders hopes the sub’s explorations will attract attention on pollution and overfishing.
In Lake Tahoe, they’re looking at beds of invading clams, USA Today says.