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Scientists reveal shocking finding: greenhouse gas emissions are shrinking Earth’s stratosphere | TheHill – The Hill

The atmospheric layer is located about 12 to 30 miles above Earth’s surface.

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A new study suggests that human-produced greenhouse gas emissions are shrinking the Earths stratosphere. 
The study by a group of international researchers published in the journal Environmental Research Letters estimates the stratosphere, a layer of the atmosphere that stretches from about 12 to 30 miles above the Earths surface, has contracted about 0.25 miles since the 1980s. 
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