Landscape dynamics over time, from catchment to global scale ------------------------------------------------------------ Our capability to reconstruct past landscapes, and the processes that shape them, underpins our comprehension of paleo-Earth systems, ranging from atmospheric and oceanic past dynamics, the distribution of natural resources, or the origin and evolution of life. Here, we take advantage of newest advances in global scale landscape evolution modelling, while assimilating paleo-elevation and paleo-climatic reconstructions over geological time scales. From these simulations, we release a rich suite of geomorphic and sedimentary features for the past 100 Myr, including high resolution global paleo-physiography maps, sediment and water fluxes, catchment characteristics and stratigraphic architectures. These models yield a quantified assessment of the triggers and responses of surface and sedimentary processes to geodynamic and paleoclimatic forcings, ultimately improving our understanding of Earth evolution over geological time scales. The scientific software used in this study, goSPL, is available from https://github.com/Geodels/gospl and the software documentation can be found on https://gospl.readthedocs.io. We also provide a series of Jupyter notebooks used for pre- and post-processing the data sets and model outputs that can be followed to reproduce some of the simulations and outputs presented in the paper and can be accessed on https://github.com/Geodels/gospl-global-workflows. The PALEOMAP paleoelevation reconstruction and related GPlates rotation and geometry files can be downloaded from https://www.earthbyte.org/paleodem-resource-scotese-and-wright-2018. Paleo-precipitation maps from the HadCM3BL-M2.1aD model (3) are available from the Bristol Research Initiative for the Dynamic Global Environment (BRIDGE) https://www.paleo.bristol.ac.uk. Simulation results provided as netcdf files containing four parameters: elevation, filled flow accumulation (rivers with lakes), flow accumulation (rivers only) and watershed (drainage basins) are available at 5 Myr interval from this repository. **Data description** *Dimensions:* - latitude: 1801 - longitude: 3601 *Data variables:* - elevation: (latitude, longitude) - basinID: (latitude, longitude) - sedimentLoad: (latitude, longitude) - flowDischarge: (latitude, longitude)
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