Question by  sanialmuna (8)

What can you tell me about cinder cone volcanoes?

What are the other types?


Answer by  zubairahmed (16)

the word cinder stands for rock fragments, these fragments accumulate in cone shape to form a cinder cone volcano. height of cinder cone volcano ranges from ten to hundreds of meters. cinder cones are sometimes also referred as "scoria cones" or "cinders and spatter cones". the most famous cinder cone is "paricutin" located at Mexico.


Answer by  leilich (247)

Cinder cone volcanos are the most simple. Particles are forced through a single vent; the resulting explosion causes the material to break into pieces called cinders. The cinders fall around the vent to form a cone. The other major kinds of volcanoes are composite volcanoes, shield volcanoes, and lava domes.


Answer by  jacobka (56)

Volcanic fragments that accumulate down and around a volcanic vent is called a cinder cone volcanoe.They are glassy and contain numerous bubbles.Most active cinder cone is Cerro Negro in Nicaragua


Answer by  Ginny (2251)

Cinder cones, the simplest volcanoes, are formed when lava particles are blown up through a single vent and form a circular cone as the cinders fall around it. Others are composite volcanoes, shield volcanoes, and lava domes

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