Jemma's interest in Earth Sciences began when she competed in the International Earth Sciences Olympiad in France in 2017. After an undergraduate degree focusing on climate change and variability, she is now completing her honours year at ANU, developing a new technique to observe Antarctic Bottom Water transport variability from satellite altimetry and GRACE data. She enjoys working with computers and large datasets, particularly when the results have direct real-world applicability. After her honours year, Jemma hopes to go on to research drivers of climate variability and interactions between these. She would like to do a PhD on El Niño Southern Oscillation.