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Another name for cinder cone volcanoes is a scoria cone volcano. Some examples of cinder cone volcanoes include the Holocene volcano and the Pleistocene volcano.


Cinder cone volcanoes are formed by the buildup of debris from magma ruptures in the earth. Koko Crater is an example of an extinct cinder cone.


Some cinder cone volcanoes in the Philippines are Musuan, or Calayao Volcano, and Mayon Volcano.


Some famous cinder cone volcanoes include Parícutin in Mexico, Sunset Crater in Arizona, and Cerro Negro in Nicaragua.


There are many hundreds of cinder cone volcanoes in the world. Some are in Hawaii but most are not. The Hawaiian islands themselves are shield volcanoes.


There are 3 types of volcanoes, shield volcanoes, cinder cone volcanoes, and composite volcanoes. Shield Volcano- Shield Volcanoes are made mostly of fluid lava flows. Flow after flow pours from a central summit vent. It builds up and turns into what looks like a warriors shield. Some of the largest volcanoes in the world are shield volcanoes. Some have diameters of 3-4 Miles and are 1,500 to 2,000 feet high. The Hawaiian islands are composed of chains of shield volcanoes. Cinder Cone Volcano- Cinder cones are the simplest kind of volcanoes. Cinder cone volcanoes have a bowl shaped crater and barely ever rise over one thousand feet. When cinder cone volcanoes erupt lava blows furiously into the air and breaks up into small pieces called cinders. There are many cinder cone volcanoes in western North America. Composite Volcano- Some of the world's biggest mountains are Composite volcanoes. Some people call composite volcanoes stratovolcanoes. Most composite volcanoes have a crater at the top, with a central vent or a group of vents where lava comes out.


Because of climate change that when it is hot cinder cone will have a steep slope but when it is cold cinder cone volcanoes will have slippery slopes like This was most likely what happened in some particular places like lowlands and highlands areas


Cerro Negro, Mount Shasta, Lava Butte


Cinder cones are the mountainous structure built up by some volcanoes. Most of the material that makes up the cone is ash and cinders expelled from the top of the cone.


Mount Paricutin, Mexico Crater Lake (core), Oregon


Most volcanoes of any type, including cinder cones, are found at plate boundaries, but some are associated with hot spots.


There are 3 kinds of volcanoes. there is composite, shield. and cinder cone volcanoes.Shield Volcanoes:Shield volcanoes are made mostly of fluid lava flows. flow after flow pours from a central summit vent. it builds up and turns into what looks like a warriors shield. some of the largest volcanoes in the world are shield shield volcanoes. some have diameters of 3-4 miles and are 1,500 to 2,00 feet high. the Hawaiian islands are composed of chains of shield volcanoes.Composite Volcanoes:Some of the world's biggest mountains are Composite volcanoes. Some people call composite volcanoes stratovolcanoes. Some of the most beautiful mountains are composite volcanoes such as Mount Fuji, Mount Cotopaxi, Mount Shasta, Mount Hood, Mount Rainer and Mount St. Helen's. Most composite volcanoes have a crater at the top with a central vent or a group of vents where lava comes out.Cinder Cone Volcanoes:Cinder cones are the simplest kind of volcanoes. Cinder cone volcanoes have a bowl shaped crater and barely ever rise over one thousand feet. When cinder cone volcanoes erupt lava blows furiously into the air and breaks up into small pieces called cinders. There are many cinder cone volcanoes in western North America.


Cinder cones are usually not that deadly because they usually don't cause any loss of life. They are the smallest type of volcanoes, of all the volcanoes that there are(Composite Volcano, Shield Volcano, and Cinder Cone Volcano). Some dangers of the Cinder Cone volcano are listed below: 1.)Lava sprays out deadly 2.)The hot magma erupts 3.)Lava spills out,sometimes causing deaths 4.)The volcano rumbles 5.)The lava splashes everywhere 6.)Ash and molten rock burst out of the volcano


I have been doing some research on volcanoes. Scientists have not made another name for shield volcanoes yet. I can not believe it. They have them for cinder cone, and composite volcanoes.


Shield Volcanoes,Shield Volcanoes are made mostly of fluid lava flows. Flow after flow pours from a central summit vent. It builds up and turns into what looks like a warriors shield. Some of the largest volcanoes in the world are shield volcanoes. Some have diameters of 3-4 Miles and are 1,500 to 2,000 feet high. The Hawaiian islands are composed of chains of shield volcanoes. Cinder Cone volcanoes, and Composite Volcanoes Some of the world's biggest mountains are Composite volcanoes. Some people call composite volcanoes stratovolcanoes. Some of the most beautiful mountains are composite volcanoes such as Mount Fuji, Mount Cotopaxi, Mount Shasta, Mount Hood, Mount Rainer and Mount St. Helens. Most composite volcanoes have a crater at the top with a central vent or a group of vents where lava comes out.Cinder cones are the simplest kind of volcanoes. Cinder cone volcanoes have a bowl shaped crater and barely ever rise over one thousand feet. When cinder cone volcanoes erupt lava blows furiously into the air and breaks up into small pieces called cinders. There are many cinder cone volcanoes in western North America.


A hot spot volcano is a volcano is one that forms as a result of an extra hot area of the mantle just beneath the crust. Such volcanoes are often far from plate boundaries. A cinder cone volcano is a relatively small volcano with steep slopes made of cinders. The two are not mutually exclusive: some cinder cone volcanoes are associated with hot spots.


There are four basic types of volcanos. They are cinder cones, shield volcanoes, composite volcanoes, and lava domes. Composite volcanoes share some characteristics of all the others.


No. Cinder cones erupr basaltic and occasionally andesitic lava. "Granitic" lava, called rhyolitic when it is erupted, erupts primarily from composite volcanoes (also called stratovolcanoes), and some caldera volcanoes.


Many of them are, but not all. The Ring of Fire also includes some shield and cinder cone volcanoes. There are also several complex volcanoes that do not fit neatly into the three main categories.


No. Cinder cones usually produce relatively explosive eruptions and are short-lived. Some only erupt for a few years before going extinct.


Some examples are shield volcanoes and cone volcanoes. There are more than this, but I'm not very sure. Hope this helped! =)


A lot of hot rocks fall to the ground.Some rocks are tine and some are giant.The rocks build a cone with steep sides called a cinder-cone Volcano.Thx


some times in Hawaii or in an ocean


Cinder cones are usually not that deadly because they usually don't cause any loss of life. They are the smallest type of volcanoes, of all the volcanoes that there are(Composite Volcano, Shield Volcano, and Cinder Cone Volcano). Some dangers of the Cinder Cone volcano are listed below: 1.)Lava sprays out deadly 2.)The hot magma erupts 3.)Lava spills out,sometimes causing deaths 4.)The volcano rumbles 5.)The lava splashes everywhere 6.)Ash and molten rock burst out of the volcano


Cinder cone volcanoes are the most common kind of volcanoes. they are steep sided cones of basaltic fragments and are smaller and simpler than composite volcanoes. Streaming gases carry liquid lava blobs into the atmosphere that fall back to earth around a single vent to form the cone. The volcano forms when ash, cinders and bombs pile up around the vent to form a circular or oval cone. Cinders are melted volcanic rock that cooled and formed pebble-sized pieces when it was thrown out into the air. They are ejected from a single vent and accumulate around the vent when they fall back to earth. Bombs are melted volcanic rock that cooled and formed large pieces of rock when it was thrown out into the air before landing on the ground. Cinder cones are chiefly formed by Strombolian eruptions. They grow rapidly and soon reach their maximum size. Cinder cones can occur alone or in small to large groups or fields. Most have a bowl-shaped crater at the summit. The longer the eruption, the higher the cone. They rarely exceed 250 meters in height and 500 meters in diameter, although some may rise to as high as 650 meters or more. If gas pressure drops, the final stage cinder cone construction may be a lava flow that breaks through the base of the cone. If a lot of water in the environment has access to the molten magma, their interaction may result in a maar volcano rather than a cinder cone. The shape of a cinder cone can be modified during its life. When the position of the vent alters, aligned twin cones develop. Nested, buried or breached cones are formed when the power of the eruption varies. A great example of a cinder cone is Paricutin in Mexico. In Iceland, Surter I and Surter II cinder cone volcanoes created an island named Surtsey.



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