Neutrino geophysics is a new quickly developing field of science as a synergy of geology, geophysics and elementary particle physics. It studies the Earth’s interior by measuring geoneutrino fluxes at its surface. The Borexino collaboration has recently presented the final analysis of the obtained data after 12 years of the detector operation. The exposition was increased due both to additional data and to improvement of their selection criteria.
The neutrino geophysics was reviewed, including geophysical models of the Earth. Accessible experimental data were discussed, for the most part, in connection with the new Borexino publication. Finally, promising geoneutrino detection methods were described.