Monogenetic volcano

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Monogenetic volcanoes typically erupt for only brief time intervals—weeks to perhaps centuries—and generally display a narrower range (as compared to composite volcanoes) in eruptive behavior. Most monogenetic volcanoes are basaltic in composition. (Walder, et al., 1999) [1]


  1. Glossary of Volcano and Related Terminology