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Change of ENSO-monsoon coupling from 20th to 21st century and its remote impact on summer climate in East Asia

PI: Ryuichi Kawamura
Institution: Toyama University
Objective: The investigator has examined the direct and indirect/delayed impacts of ENSO on the South Asian summer monsoon system, and clarified how the ENSO-monsoon coupling influences anomalous summer climate especially in East Asia. However, it is uncertain how dynamic and thermodynamic processes about the ENSO-monsoon coupling are affected by global warming. Thus, this examination is very meaningful not only for understanding the impact of global warming but also for understanding and forecasting the anomalous summer climate in East Asia.

Model data required:
1. 20th century simulation to year 2000, then fix all concentrations at year 2000 values and run to 2100
4. 21st century simulation with SRES A2 to 2100

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