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Editorial on the Research Topic Reverse Time Imaging in Solid Earth and Exploration Geophysics BACKGROUND Our knowledge of Earth's interior structures and properties has been based, for a significant portion, on findings in solid Earth and exploration geophysics. As likely the most popular geophysical tool, seismic imaging has been providing evidences for revealing the nature of Earth structure and geodynamics, for exploring natural resources such as water, petroleum, coal, and minerals, anddoi:10.3389/feart.2022.931127 fatcat:tgcojtnj5fd7fkzrzfzrhicwgq