Drought on land is well studied and understood. Everyone knows: the soil dries out, water reserves dry out, the plants wither and die, crops fail, animals can't find food, farming and industry hits a snag, human health is affected, food shortages happen.
What if rain stopped happening in the oceans and seas, while continuing normally on land? Does this happen at all? What would the results be both to marine life, ecosystems, and industry, as well as those on land?
I've tried to research this topic over the past few days, searching for things like "marine drought", "no rain in the sea", "ocean dry season", etc, but unfortunately the search engines have not been forthcoming, so I thought I'd come here to ask the experts.