Breccia is located wherever fragments of broken rocks or minerals accumulate, such as stream deposits and outcrop bases. The fragments are joined together by small rock particles or cement, which creates the breccia rock.
Breccia is a type of clastic sedimentary rock that is comprised of angular fragments. These fragments are typically around 2 millimeters or larger. Breccia can be formed by many types of rocks and minerals, such as sandstone breccia, basalt breccia and limestone breccia. When fragments of different rocks join together, they form what is known as polymict breccia. The type formed in a specific location will depend on the rock fragments found in the area, as well as the climate.