I found an outcrop of sandstone interbedded with claystone which strike/dip is N 195 E/42. Then, around 4 km at the south of previous outcrop, i found another outcrop with similar characteristic, but the strike/dip is N 132 E/79. The question is what should I do to make a cross section? should I connect the bed layer, considering their similar characteristic, or make a new layer, considering the distinct strike/dip? (could it be angular discontinuity?)
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These are quite steep dips, strongly implying that substantial deformation (folding) has taken place. The interlayering of steep mudstone pretty much rules out your outcrops as being original bedding structure. Draw your examples in plan, using the normal dip and strike notation. Sketch in some possible continuation of the strike (as curved lines). Then consider what style of folding could have created this pattern. Consider also the possibility that the fold could be steeply plunging.
When you have an idea of the structure from the plan view, this should guide you in deciding the orientation of the cross section.