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A coupled general circulation model, MIROC3.2, was used to investigate the impacts of global warming on the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) variability. The model has relatively fine resolution which captures the atmosphere and ocean dynamics well. The model shows an overall warm trend in the tropical Pacific under the greenhouse warming, particularly in the central equatorial Pacific. Superimposed on such trend is the increase in amplitude of interannual ENSO variability. A sensitivitydoi:10.2151/sola.2005-039 fatcat:zzydvpkvsna6lh77wiqks66pr4