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Which statement describes a shield volcano?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. formed from repeated non-explosive eruptions of flowing lava B. formed from a single explosive eruption
of flowing lava C. formed from a single non-explosive eruption of flowing lava D. formed from repeated explosive eruptions of flowing lava
Which statement describes a shield volcano? answer is D. formed from repeated explosive eruptions of flowing lava
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