along which tectonic boundary will chains of composite cone volcanoes be located?,

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In this blog post, we will discuss the tectonic boundaries along which chains of composite cone volcanoes are located. We will be discussing what these borders are, how they form and why they exist. This is an important topic for volcanic geologists to understand as well as those who live near these boundaries or work in areas where there is a risk of eruption. Keywords: tectonic boundaries, chains of composite cone volcanoes, tectonic plates , Blog Content: In this blog post, we will give an overview of how chains of composite cone volcanoes form and what tectonic boundaries these types of volcanoes are located on. Chains of composite cones are formed when subduction zones occur along a plate boundary due to one or two plates diving below the other. This leads to magma being pushed up from the mantle which is then released as a volcano through openings in Earth’s surface such as cracks called fissures or vents. These eruptions can happen all over the world but they mostly take place around boundaries that have convergent margins because these areas experience high shear stresses between plates that cause more intense melting than at divergent locations where there is less convergence between plates. The


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