In 2018, I received a BSc. in General Chemistry from The University of the West Indies, Mona. I am currently pursuing an MPhil in Chemistry as of 2021 working under the supervision of Dr. Debbie-Ann Gordon-Smith. The area of my study is the Kingston Harbour, the 7th largest natural harbour in the world. Kingston Harbour has relatively calm waters and depths that allow for the movement of maritime transportation. However, the very feature that makes Kingston Harbour a safe and sheltered port also contributes to its vulnerability to land-derived pollution. The purpose of my study is to investigate the impact of river and groundwater inputs from Kingston on the water quality of Kingston Harbour. Being awarded a UWI Research and Publications Grant in February 2022, the grant will provide funding needed for equipment which will provide up-to-date information on the quality of the water throughout the Kingston Harbour, with an emphasis on the impact of groundwater inputs. The findings of this research study can assist in the creation of an accurate and easily reproducible model to trace surface groundwater interactions in this harbour and other in Jamaica and other Small Island Developing States in the Caribbean.