1. A method of geophysical exploration by propagating seismic waves, the method comprising:matching a first set of data from a monitor survey with a second set of data from a baseline survey, the monitor survey occurring after the baseline survey, wherein the first and second sets of data comprise common mid-point positions (CMPs) between seismic sources controlling emission of seismic energy and seismic receivers monitoring response to the seismic sources, wherein the sources are configured to emit seismic energy that is reflected from the earth and the receivers are configured to receive the reflected seismic energy by the propagating seismic waves;
comparing matched pairs of the CMPs to generate an attribute value for each datum in the first set, wherein the attribute value comprises a repeatability metric Dsrc+Drx, wherein Dsrc is a difference in source positions between the baseline survey CMP and the monitor survey CMP, and Drx is a difference in receiver positions between the baseline survey CMP and the monitor survey CMP;
storing each attribute value with each of said datum, wherein each matched CMP from the monitor survey is binned together with its attribute value;
processing the first set of data based on the stored attribute values, wherein the repeatability metric is used as a filter such that CMPs with attribute values within a specified parameter range remain in the binned data; and
generating a visual representation of the binned data, wherein generating the visual representation comprises computing a difference between each datum in the first set with a correlated datum from the second set such that the processed data are responsive to composition of the earth proximate locations from which the seismic energy was reflected, and wherein the difference represents a depletion in petrochemical content in a reservoir, oil or gas removed from the reservoir, oil or gas that remains in the reservoir, or oil or gas that has moved within the reservoir over a period of time since the baseline survey.