What Is a Central Vent in a Volcano?


A central vent in a volcano is a point source of the Earth's surface where lava, pyroclastics and gas is erupted. The eruptive materials are thickly accumulated from around the point source and increase a low-angle shield that comprises the volcanic pile.
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