Both shield and cinder cone volcanoes primarily erupt basaltic lava.
Well, really they don't have a lot in common. But they do have similar eruptions.
composite volcanoes and shield volcanoes
. Shield Volcanoes, Cinder Cone volcanoes, and Composite Volcanoes .
composite and sheild volcanoes are both formed by lava flows and their hights are in the thousands.
No. Compared to composite and cinder cone volcanoes, shield volcanoes are very short. Mauna Loa in Hawaii is a shield volcano.
Shield Volcanoes erupt less violently and flows further then composite volcanoes. A composite volcano erupts more violently.
the 5 volcanoes are the shield cinder composite spatter complex the main and usually are the shield/cinder and composite
Stratovolcanoes are composite volcanoes.
Shield Volcanoes, Cinder Cone volcanoes, and Composite Volcanoes.
3 types of volcanoes are shield, cone, and composite volcanoes.
Composite volcanoes can have quiet eruptions (runny lava), and shield volcanoes always have quiet eruptions.
1. Shield Volcanoes 2. Composite Volcanoes 3. Cinder Cone Volcanoes
Three types of volcanoes are Cinder Cone Volcanoes, Shield Volcanoes and Composite Volcanoes.
Composite, Cinder cones, and Shield Volcanoes.
There are two main types of volcanoes: shield and composite.
Shield Volcanoes Composite Volcanoes Cinder Cone Volcanoes
Shield Composite Caldera
Pyroclastic flows don't come from shield volcanoes. They come from cinder cone and sometimes composite volcanoes. Shield volcanoes only erupt runny lava.
Both have lava and ash.
The three types or classifications of volcanoes is Shield Volcanoes, Cinder Cone volcanoes, and Composite Volcanoes.
composite volcanoes shield volcanoes cinder cone volcanoes spatter cone volcanoes complex volcanoes
The three types of volcanoes are shield volcanoes, Cinder cone volcanoes, and composite volcanoes
usually found in clusters around shield volcanoes or composite volcanoes
shield volcanoes, composite volcanoes and cinder cone volcanoes
the three volcanoes are: composite volcano, shield volcano, and cinder cone :)
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