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For many scientists, getting to do research as often and as early as possible can really jumpstart a career. For Lukas Lindquist, a dual major in geology and environment and natural resources, that opportunity came during his undergraduate experience at UW thanks to the Wyoming Research Scholars Program (WRSP). . With his WRSP project, he worked to document the climate change impacts on groundwater recharge in big sagebrush ecosystems across the state of Wyoming. His research utilized a combination of detailed field sampling and soil water simulation modeling to understand changes in groundwater recharge. The work has implications for big sagebrush plant communities and water management in the state of Wyoming. . “I was exposed to expensive and technical equipment. There’s no way I would have had such access to it without this program. It’s incredible how many doors it opens,” Lukas says. . To hear more about Lukas’ story, read the latest issue of UWyo Magazine online by clicking the link in our bio. #uwyo #research #undergraduate #wyoming

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