A topo-volcanographical feature which is generally pyramidial in appearance. Cinder cone eruptions are generally considered to be single events where eruptions throw pyroclastic materials into the air where they cool to cinders and fall back to the ground, forming the characteristic cone shape.
The simplest type of volcano built from particles of congealed lava ejected from a single vent. Most cinder cones have a bowl-shaped crater at the summit and rarely rise more that a thousand feet or so above the surroundings.
a mound that formed by steaming gases that shoot lava blobs and ribbons into the atmosphere to form lava fountains