What Is a Volcano That Erupts Regularly Called?

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A volcano that erupts regularly is called an active volcano. Volcanoes erupt as a result of pressure build up of gases dissolved in the magma. The most recent eruption from an active volcano is the Icelandic volcano in Iceland.
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A volcano that erupts regularly or has erupted in the recent past is called an active volcano. Volcanoes erupt as a result of pressure build up of gases dissolved in the magma. The most recent eruption from an active volcano is the Icelandic volcano; which brought the world to a stand still.
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