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Cinder cone The term 'Cinder cone' as it applies to the area of volcanos can be defined as ' A steep-sided volcano formed by the explosive eruption of cinders that form around a vent. A small conical-shaped volcano formed by the accumulation of ejected cinders and other volcanic debris that falls back to Earth close to the vent area'.
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