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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> While there are numerical landscape evolution models that simulate how steady state flows of water and sediment reshape topography over long periods of time, r.sim.terrain is the first to simulate short-term topographic change for both steady state and dynamic flow regimes across a range of spatial scales. This free and open source, GIS-based topographic evolution model uses empirical models for soil erosion at watershed to regional scales and a physics-based modeldoi:10.5194/gmd-2019-18 fatcat:2j2q2znb5fg7flslem6kebjp6m