In recent years, more and more attention has been given to the problem of geophysical monitoring of seismically dangerous areas of the Earth's crust. To solve this problem, some approaches using different geophysical methods have been proposed. Among them, methods of seismic monitoring using, in one form or another, the kinematics and dynamics of different wave types (such as passing, reflected, scattered, etc.) are most advanced. In this paper, the state of the art in modern wave methods for the monitoring of the evolution of the object under investigation and their interrelation with the solutions of the inverse problems of diffractional tomography is discussed. Some ways of their further development are offered.
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