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I've done what I could to strengthen this entry, but I'm no expert, just someone who got intrigued by Dr. Clark after reading her book Lady with a Spear. This entry really needs a lookover by a scientist competent to assess her stature in her field and her scientific legacy. Valli Nagy 22:16, 7 January 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by ValliNagy (talk • contribs)
Hi Valli, I am going to be making some edits to Dr. Clark's page over the coming weeks. I will be using the Finkbeiner test to better write about Dr. Clark and her work. You may see some major edits in the coming weeks. Please let me know if you don't like the changes and we can work together to make this a great page. Alybrarian (talk) 16:29, 6 January 2016 (UTC)
Hi Valli, I find that a lot is missing on Genie's participation in the Israel South Red Sea Expedition in the early 1960s. I worked at that time as fisheries adviser and masterfisherman in Massawa, Eritrea, and worked closely with her, driving her around the Dahlakh Archipelago in a speedboat, and catching many various large pelagic fish for her studies. My contact e-mail is email@example.com, and my website is: benyami3.wix.com/benyami, Tel: +972(0)544835928 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 17:03, 24 July 2016 (UTC)