Bryan Way is a geological consultant. He first started working on the Woodstock Manganese Deposits back in 2008 as part of his master’s degree at the University of New Brunswick. Since then, he has been involved on several drilling projects on the Woodstock Fe-Mn Deposits and worked on mapping massive sulfides in central Newfoundland. Over the years, he has authored several short papers and guidebooks on the geology and geochemistry of iron-manganese deposits in western New Brunswick. He has also hosted several field trips on the Geology of Woodstock in conjunction with the University of Maine at Presque Isle and the University of New Brunswick. Since 2015, he has worked for the State of Maine working for both the Maine Forest Service and the Land Use Planning Commission. Bryan Way holds a Master of Science degree in Geology from the University of New Brunswick and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geology from the University of Maine at Farmington.
Geology and Geochemistry of Sedimentary Ferromanganese Ore Deposits, Woodstock, NB, Canada – Bryan C. Way (2007)