WyCEHG (pronounced "Y-Keg") is the new Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics. WyCEHG was established in July 2012 by a $20 M grant from the National Science Foundation's EPSCoR program -- the largest research grant ever awarded to the University of Wyoming.
You can read more about WyCEHG here.
WyCEHG's mission statement is to serve as "a center of excellence in environmental hydrology and geophysics that serves water science and watershed management in Wyoming by providing cutting-edge tools to managers, scientists and educators in the public and private sectors."
Our center fosters interdisciplinary research aimed at understanding watershed hydrology -- in particular, the connections between surface water and groundwater. A major thrust is to use near-surface geophysics to develop understanding of those connections.