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<p>We present results from a 2 month deployment of an ocean glider over the Northwestern Iberian Margin. Glider observations during the exceptionally strong 2010 summer upwelling season resolved the evolution of physical and biogeochemical variables during two upwelling events. Upwelling brought low oxygen Eastern North Atlantic Central Water from 190 m depth onto the shelf up to a depth of 50 m. During the two observed periods of upwelling,<br />equatorward transport over the shelfdoi:10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-267 fatcat:nvrss2r2jfgfjeoajjwhp6mzea