The monitor that helps monitor Australia’s drought

Posted November 04, 2018 07:04:38 The Northern Territory’s drought monitor is now available to users on Windows PCs.

The NT Drought Monitor is a free download that monitors water and land moisture for a number of indicators.

It can be downloaded here.

The NT DNF has had a long history of monitoring the drought and climate in the NT and the Northern Territory.

It’s been running since 2005, and has been widely used by the public, private sector and the government.

But, as the NT DNR says, it’s not designed for people to use.

“This is not a device that is intended for use by people,” said NT DRS spokesperson Pauline McArthur.

The NT National Water and Land Management Centre (NWLCM) and NT Department of Planning and Environment have both said the NTDNR is not meant for use in public areas. “

The DNF is intended as a tool to assist people to monitor their own water use and their own property use.”

The NT National Water and Land Management Centre (NWLCM) and NT Department of Planning and Environment have both said the NTDNR is not meant for use in public areas.

The NT government says it’s also not a “software-only device” that’s meant for “commercial or industrial users”.

“It’s designed for use within a specific geographic area,” NT DRC spokesperson Kate Brown said.

“We would encourage people to go and get their own weather and water prediction software or a personal weather and weather monitoring app to help monitor their land and water.”

But the NT government has warned people that downloading the NTNF will put your home at risk.

“People can’t just download it to their computer and do that,” Brown said, adding that NT residents should check with their local water authorities and the Department of Conservation for information on how to register for the NTNDP.

“There are some restrictions around how you can download it, what you can use it for and what you have to keep safe.”

You can read the NT Government’s guide to downloading the NTDNF here.

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