“Nuclear testing database” Initially compiled by Wm. Robert JohnstonRecompiled and updated by Lyle McElhaney, Lmc@ThistleKeep.com. Version 3.3 (1 Jan 2012) for Google Earth, submitted to the GEC
Includes locations for known nuclear detonations, known zero-yield events (safety tests, hydronuclear/subcritical tests), and anomalies, including known chemical tests in test areas. Includes nuclear test site boundaries and some craters, and points of interest. Multiple detonations within a single nuclear test are shown separately.Based on listings from http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/nuclear/tests/index.html (databases © 2001-2009 by W. R. Johnston) and amended by Lyle McElhaney
- Nuclear detonations:
- with associated chemical explosions
- with cancellations and abortions
- Project Plowshare:
- without associated chemical explosions
- without cancellations and abortions
- Vela Uniform associated tests
Further amended by Jim Lee, 2013
Aerial or High Altitude Explosion
Keyhole Markup Language (Google Earth KML)
AttributionJim Lee, ClimateViewer News
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