There is a web page for Albania: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hape/tn11.htm
see also IC
ALBANIAN CAVES compiler Harry Pearman from Internet. 27pp sums up the results of various expeditions including cross referenced cave descriptions and bibliogrpahy lists over 170 caves over 70 item bibliography `
AXBRIDGE CAVING GROUP JOURNAL / Expedition Special Jl No 72 June 1997 61 pp Two main reports are the first ever caving expedition to Northern Albania to explore the Accursed Mountains and to the Perlis Region of the Northern Peninsular of Malaysia to explore some new caves. Plenty of photos, surveys etc. SB
Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte” (BHB)Volume 58 by Alexey K. Zhalov (editor): Bulgarian Speleological Studies in Albania 1991-2013. 105 pp.; Berlin 2015. Beside scientific studies on the geosettings, tectonics, cave climatology, and biospeleology as well as an overview about the history of cave exploration in Albania this volume presents the 52 most important caves of the Albanian Alps. This includes the four deepest caves currently known in the country: Shpella BB-30 (-610 m), Shpella Ru (-580 m), Shpella e Celikokave (-505 m), and Maya Arapit Cave at 431 m (+363/-50 m). The volume also has extensive cave lists and an in-depth bibliography. £15.00 post free. I can supply.
OROSHI 93 / EXPEDITION SPELEOLOGIQUE EN ALBANIE 49 pp 5 colour, numerous B&W photos, surveys etc. Useful reference work. Extensive bibliography even list Jack Baer's article. SB In French