Here is a great resource for those interested in nuclear weapons tests.

It is called

United States Nuclear Tests, July 1945 through September 1992

It is a chronological and alphabetical by name all nuclear tests and simultaneous detonations conducted by the United States. Detonation time and locations (latitude, longitude, and surface elevation) are included in the manual. Basically it is a one stop guide to the history of nuclear tests conducted by the United States before the nuclear weapon test ban.

It is in pdf format and is 185 pages long and fully indexed to make finding the particular nuclear weapons tests that you want quite easy. One if its most interesting features is the variety of maps showing where nuclear tests were conducted in both a large scale format and a grid format so you can get a really good feel for where each test was conducted in the larger testing area.

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