What type of volcano is Unzen?

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Mount Unzen, located on the island of Kyushu in Japan, has been categorized by geologists as a complex stratovolcano because it is part of a conglomerate of several volcanoes. Its last eruption was in 1996 and it is still considered active.
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It is a shield volcano. Rifts typically open in the seaward flanks, with lava fountains and slow-moving lava flows to the ocean.
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