What comes about on the land and the sea will not generally remain on the land and the sea. Far from it, in actuality.
Blown by the wind, pulses of Saharan dust surge out in excess of the Atlantic. Plumes of noxious smoke from raging Australian and Siberian wildfires control to girdle the overall world. And probably most apparently, clouds of sea salt sucked up into hurricanes and typhoons spiral across ocean basins inside of the cyclonic composition of these storms.
All of that, and extra, is noticeable in this gorgeous, however also disturbing, visualization produced by NASA: