subulatus, create impressive dense grasslands on subsaline soils saturated with surface or underground water and have usually been assigned to the Juncetea maritimi.
Finally, three Carex divisa-Carex distans dominated releves (Table 7) from subsaline grasslands of the Atalanti wetland should be probably assigned to the Juncetea maritimi (e.
and S., breadth of 3 or 4, and area of about 45 square miles; its elevation is 15,200 feet, and its water subsaline. The longest permanent affluent is that of Gyang and Tsakshang from the N.W., with a length of 25 or 30 miles; that of Karzok on the W.
It must be noted that the first of these lakes is highly charged with salt, and the other two subsaline.