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Stratovolcanoes are the most common type of volcanoes, and they are characterized by steep upper summits, including volcanoes like Mt. Fuji and Mt. Mayon. Also known as composite cones, these volcanoes are typically buil...

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The first recorded eruption of Mount Fuji occurred in the year 781, and it has erupted 16 times since then, with the last recorded eruption occurring in 1707. Mount Fuji is currently classified as dormant, but eruption i...

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Mt. Kilimanjaro is a stratovolcano. A stratovolcano, also called a composite volcano, is tall and steep and has many layers of lava, tephra (what falls back through the air after an eruption) and ash. This is one of the ...

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The three major types of volcanoes are the cinder cone, the shield volcano and the stratovolcano. Each type differs in shape, size, erupted materials and eruption type.

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A composite cone volcano, or a stratovolcano, is built by multiple eruptions from surrounding volcanoes. They are formed over hundreds of thousands of years and have their entire structure build by magma flowing from geo...

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While many volcanoes are mountains, it is possible for a volcano to erupt from a vent in any type of land form. Over time, volcanoes become mountains by depositing their discharge around them in ever-increasing layers. N...

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Sakurajima is classified as a stratovolcano. Prior to its eruption in 1914, the volcano was on an island, but it became connected with the Osumi Peninsula along the southern tip of Kyushu due to lava flows. As of 2014, t...

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