Multiphysics imaging is of growing importance in geophysics because the uncertainties in the inverted models can be reduced by integrating multiphysics measurements, which include surface seismic, microseismic, gravity, radiometric, electromagnetic, magnetotelluric, hyperspectral, and wellbore-production data. For instance, interactions between fluid and solid minerals of subsurface reservoirs can be sensed by both electromagnetic and seismic signals that can be jointly inverted to image the subsurface distribution of petrophysical properties. Such an approach is pertinent to a variety of tasks, such as groundwater usage, carbon dioxide sequestration, and hydrocarbon exploration and extraction.

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