What are some examples of cinder cone volcanoes?

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Cinder cone volcanoes are volcanoes where the volcanic fragments gather downwards around the volcanic vent thus forming a very steep cone. The eruptions of such volcanoes rarely cause death of humans. These cones generally reach approximately 250metres in height and 500metres in diameter.
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Glassy volcanic fragments with many trapped air bubbles.
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Cinder cones are simple volcanoes which have a bowl-shaped crater at the summit and
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Cinder cones are volcanoes that are usually only about a 1000 feet in height. They have a round shaped crater at the top. They are formed from single eruptions and are made of lava
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The shield volcano is the largest and the broad volcano the cinder cone volcano is a small cone and forms tephra.
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The Cinder cone volcano is made of lava fragments that are called cinders. These light fragments are formed above a vent, usually less than 250m high. Cinder cone volcanoes are common steep conical hills that usually do not cause any loss of life.
A cinder cone volcano is a steep sided cone made of basaltic fragments. It is the most common type of volcano and it is smaller in size and simpler in structure than a composite volcano. It is formed by the cooling of melted volcanic rock.
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