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Shield volcano The term 'Shield volcano ' as it applies to the area of volcanos can be defined as 'A volcano that resembles an inverted warrior's shield. It has long gentle slopes produced by multiple eruptions of fluid lava flows. A volcano shaped like an inverted warrior's shield with long gentle slopes produced by eruptions of low-viscosity basaltic lava'.
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