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Mayon Volcano, Philippines
Mayon volcano in the Philippines is one of Earth's best examples of a classic, conical stratovolcano.
Its symmetrical morphology is the exception rather than the rule, and is the result of eruptions that are restricted to a single central conduit at the summit of the volcano.
Eruptions are frequent enough at Mayon, the most active volcano in the Philippines, to overcome erosive forces that quickly modify the slopes of most volcanoes.
PHOTO SOURCE: Chris Newhall 1993, US Geological Survey, courtesy of the Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, used with permission.
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