- Created by: rjonesy
- Created on: 18-01-19 18:29
What plate boundary are they on?
- Conservative Plate Boundary
How did they form?
- Shield Volcanoes are formed by large scale lava flows of low viscosity.
What do they look like?
- Shield Volcanoes are not very steep, they slope for miles and are caused by the conservative plates sliding past each other. The lava is built up over time.
- Shield Volcanoes erupt low viscosity lava which travels farther than Strato lava.
- Shield volcanoes form like any volcanoes. They’re spots on the Earth where magma from inside the Earth has reached the…