The study has as its object "Microbial plankton biodiversity and Their biotoxins as indicating means or foodweb structure health and ecosystem or Belgian coastal waters". Following end products feature: • Description, evaluation and optimization (long-term) of the deployment of the flow cytometer in the LifeWatch observatory. • Generation of publicly available research data. All raw data must be archived on the VLIZ servers. The derived data will already be made during the study audience in concert via the Life Watch channels. After publication komten all data in the public domain. • Contribution to the development of automated data processing processes the data generated and this includes algorithms to translate raw sensor data to biodiversity-related parameters for abundance and distribution of taxa / functional groups. • Publication of the knowledge gained through publications in relevant scientific journals. • Reporting during consultation sessions (Art. 3).