Does permafrost impart topographic signatures, and how does subsequent warming affect hillslope and channel form? Permafrost controls the depth to immobile soil, and tundra vegetation influences infiltration and erosion thresholds. I will use high-resolution maps of arctic landscapes to examine morphometric properties like hillslope length, curvature and drainage density as functions of climate and vegetation. I will then compare these data to existing models of climate-modulated sediment flux and channel incision in Landlab, exploring the effect of more nuanced representations of permafrost flux laws and hydrology. I will also compare modeled landscapes forced with Pleistocene-Holocene climate to mid-latitude landscape form.