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Geophysics is the study of what the earth is made of, and how those materials interact on, above, and inside the earth. Once the geologists knew what formations contained oil and gas, seismic surveys allowed geophysicists to map the structures. Thus the rapidly developing science of geophysics began to play a key role after Leduc.