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Abstract. Landscape evolution models simulate the long-term variation of topography under given rainfall scenarios. In reality, local rainfall is largely affected by topography, implying that surface topography and local climate evolve together. Herein, we develop a numerical simulation model for the evolution of the topography–climate coupled system. We investigate how simulated topography and rain field vary between "no-feedback" and "co-evolution" simulations. Co-evolution simulationsdoi:10.5194/hess-25-2459-2021 fatcat:wceuey6iyvev3fhjhpmi3cizgi