This special section showcases some emerging trends in the acquisition, processing, and interpretation of borehole geophysical measurements, with emphasis on multiphysics and multiscale applications that integrate geologic information, petrophysical properties, rock physics, and core measurements.

Borehole geophysical measurements are routinely acquired to appraise, produce, and monitor subsurface resources, including fossil fuels, minerals, and water. They also are used in shallow reconnaissance projects, for civil-engineering studies, and for soil characterization and remediation, to cite a few salient applications. Wells usually contain the most dense and diverse types of information concerning geology, fluid flow, and rock physics, when assessing subsurface resources. During...

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