By: Jabrianna Coleman
How are cone volcanoes formed?
Cinder cone volcanoes are formed by the deposit of cinder, ash and pyroclastic material product of an eruption.That is what makes a soft slope volcano.
What landforms occur from cinder cone volcanoes?
Cinder cones are common landforms. The cone of a the volcano are accumulation of lava,ash,rock and fragments. This forms a steep hill around the volcano vent.
Why are volcanoes called mountains?
Volcanoes are called mountains because mountains and volcanoes are formed the same way and do all the same things minus erupt which is something a mountain does not do.
How does lava flow from cinder cone volcanoes?
The primary danger from a cinder cone volcano are most likely the flow of lava.Once all the gasses and things have been released from out of the volcano, the eruption begins to create large flows of runny lava.That typically emerges from either fissure at the base or at the breaches of the crater walls of the volcano.