G Global warming is as real as any living being present on Earth and every day is getting worse. A recent update of the global ocean temperature analyzed by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics / Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP / CAS) revealed that the year 2017 registered the warmest temperature in the oceans.
The upper levels of the oceans ranging from 2000 m and above measured approximately 1.51 × 1022 J higher temperature than the second hottest year recorded in 2015. The analysis of the total climate between 1981 and 2010 also revealed that the temperature was approximately 19.19 × 1022 J more than the average.  Due to the massive heat capacity of the ocean, it accumulates increasing general heat due to human-based activities. This means that a large amount of heat related to the global warming of the blue planet is absorbed by the huge oceans. About 90 percent of the total heat generated by global warming goes to these bodies of water.
This is a strong example that suggests that the global increase in heat recorded each year is a direct result of human-generated global warming. This eliminates the supposed causes such as the El Niño or La Niña phenomenon of the probable causes of global warming. In a report provided by the IAP, the analysis of ocean temperatures has revealed that the last five years until 2017 have been recorded as the warmest years for bodies of water. This means that human activities that continue for a long time are responsible for them that have not changed as they get worse each day.
The increase in ocean temperature in 2017 was observed in the world's maximum regions while the footprint of the greenhouse gases continue to affect the Earth's system and its temperatures. The uncontrolled effects of global warming have caused an expansion in the volume of ocean temperatures that results in the increase of the global sea level. Other important consequences of rising ocean temperatures include the bleaching of coral reefs, the reduction of oxygen content along with ice shelves and melting sea ice, which contributes to sea level rise.
The ecosystem of the seas and oceans danger with many species that lead to extinction in both marine flora and fauna. The direct result of an increase in sea level is the decrease in the total area of land with the coastal areas most vulnerable to flooding. Other impacts of an increase in the oceanic level include destructive erosion, contamination of agricultural land, loss of habitat for flora and fauna and for humans, etc. If global warming continues to worsen without the implementation of strict rules and regulations, the coming years will see higher global temperatures that could be harmful to everyone, including humans.