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Breccia is a clastic sedimentary rock similar to conglomerate that can form in a
variety of ways.
Breccias are a relatively common clastic sedimentary rock. ... At times there are
situations in the formation of igneous rocks that produce angular fragments that ...
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Breccia is located wherever fragments of broken rocks or minerals accumulate,
such as stream deposits and outcrop bases. The fragments are joined together ...
Igneous breccia dykes may contain a wide range of rock fragments sampled
during magma ascent and thus, provide information about the composition of
Lithified sedimentary rock consisting of angular or subangular fragments larger ...
In one class of breccia, clast material, breccia formation, and cement are all ...
Breccia ("BRET-cha") is usually listed under sedimentary rocks, but igneous and
metamorphic rocks may become shattered, too. It is safest to think of brecciation ...
A clastic rock made of particles larger than 2 mm in diameter is either a ... In this
case, the clasts are in fact limestone or dolomite, so this is a carbonate breccia.
Breccias are rocks comprised of angular fragments of pre-existing rocks, known
as clasts, ... Breccias are characteristic of the deposition of clasts with minimal
transport or in-situ fragmentation. ... Campus maps and information | About this