The climate of the region is mesothermal
humid (Cfb) according to Koppen-Geiger classification, i.
The local climate, according to Koppen's classification, is Cfa, subtropical mesothermal
The region of Guarapuava, Parana is classified a sCfb (subtropical humid mesothermal
climate), without a dry season, with fresh summer and moderate winter, according to Koppen classification.
The climate of the region, according to the classification of Koppen, is Cfb (subtropical mesothermal
humid), with mild summers and moderate winter, with no defined dry season and with severe frosts.
The climate (according to Thornthwaite) is classified as moist, with mesothermal
water moderately deficient in the summer and a summer evaporation rate of 51 % (B1,B'2,s,b'4) (Anonymous, 2016).
With the Yellowjacket mineralization being categorized as a classic mesothermal
deposit model, deep drilling remains a highly prospective target for expansion of the gold resource as well as further down-dip drilling.
Currawong has identified significant exploration potential for mesothermal
quartz vein hosted gold and related placer-style 'deep lead' gold mineralisation at Avoca, and epithermal 'Carlin' style disseminated or sheeted vein hosted gold mineralisation at Bailieston
According to Koppen-Geiger climate classification, the local climate is Cwa, mesothermal
humid, with rainy summers and dry winters (Vianello & Alves, 2012).
The area is located between parallels 21[grados]11'-21[grados]12'S; 43[grados]55'-43[grados]58'W, in a region of highland tropical climate, characterized by hot rainy summers and cold dry winters (Koppen Cwb42 mesothermal
The climate is temperate mesothermal
, with mild summer, dry winter and rains concentrated in summer (Castro, 2004).
The climate is humid mesothermal
subtropical with hot summers, no dry period, with few frosts and average annual temperature of 20-21[degrees]C (IAPAR, 2006).
The belt hosts a number of mesothermal
gold deposits containing multi-million ounces of gold.