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The Flora of North America (FNA) is a large-scale collaboration involving over eight hundred scientists working together to create a 30-volume compendium of all naturally occurring plants in North America. The size and complexity of the project result in significant cognitive overload which comprises not just information or data but also work practices and activities. We view FNA as a distributed cognitive system where information, people, artifacts, processes, and expertise are functionallydoi:10.1109/hicss.1998.651712 dblp:conf/hicss/SanchezSTS98 fatcat:x3lzrnu2dbfffm6mwt5saxosv4