What Type of Volcano Is Mt Hekla?

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Mt Hekla is a volcano in Iceland which was formed with a vaulted ridge of about 5km long as a result of a volcanic eruption. It is a type a stratovolcano with steep sides and cones forming large bumps. Mt Hekla is also built up with many layers and has high silica magmas.
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Mt hekla is a statovolcano.
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Hekla is a volcano in Iceland, which means that it straddles the divergent boundary between the European and North American plates. Hekla is not a tectonic plate, it is a stratovolcano
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