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Composite volcano The term 'Composite volcano' as it applies to the area of volcanos can be defined as ' A steep-sided volcano built by lava flows and tephra deposits. A steep-sided volcano composed of many layers of volcanic rocks, usually of high-viscosity lava and fragmented debris such as lahar and pyroclastic deposits. Composite volcanoes erupt episodically over tens to hundreds of thousand of years and can display a wide range of eruption styles. See also Monogenetic volcanoes'.
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